For Bengals Special Teams Guru Simmons, Different Draft Remains Tale Of Tape
Darrin Simmons, the Bengals special teams coordinator heading into his 19th season, has gone through seven defensive coordinators, six offensive coordinators, three franchise quarterbacks, a lockout and pandemic. But he may have never seen anything like this offseason.
Cincinnati Bengals offseason: Does the team pay its guards?
Analyzing the Cincinnati Bengals history of investing in offensive guards.
Bengals great Ken Anderson loved Joe Burrow’s rookie season
A Cincinnati Bengals legend had big praise for Joe Burrow.
Recap of Bengals Q&A with Jay Morrison on Feb. 4 – The Athletic
Check out the discussion from Thursday's live question-and-answer session.
Around the League
Roger Goodell unsure what 2021 season will look like: 'I don't know when normal will occur again'
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell addressed the media Thursday just days away from Super Bowl LV.
NFL's Roger Goodell -- Two minority head coach hirings 'wasn't what we expected'
Roger Goodell said Thursday that the NFL is not satisfied with only two minorities hired for seven head-coach openings this year and that everything that could enhance diversity would be explored by the league.
NFLPA's DeMaurice Smith: Virtual offseason, protocols produced 'smarter way of playing football'
With just one game left on this season’s docket, the focus will soon be on protocols for the 2021 league year as the pandemic continues.
Jim Irsay: Former Colts QB Andrew Luck 'more retired now than he was' in 2019
In case Jim Irsay's conclusion on Andrew Luck wasn't firm enough for the most hopeful Colts fans last week, his response Thursday slammed the door shut.
Jason Garrett expected to return as New York Giants' offensive coordinator, source says
Giants offensive coordinator Jason Garrett is expected to return after a shaky season, a source told ESPN, but there will be some changes to New York's offensive staff.