Bengals: 3 ways to handle Geno Atkins question before free agency
Here are three ways the Cincinnati Bengals can address the Geno Atkins situation ahead of free agency.
Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Carl Lawson on His Future, Free Agency, the Franchise Tag and Joe Burrow - Sports Illustrated Cincinnati Bengals News, Analysis and More
Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Carl Lawson on His Future, Free Agency, the Franchise Tag and Joe Burrow.
Weighing Bengals' options: Sewell vs. Slater; Chase vs. Waddle; Kyle Pitts vs. the world – The Athletic
Cases are made for a number of top prospects who could be good fits for the Cincinnati Bengals at the No. 5 overall pick.
How Brandon Allen went from quarantine quarterback to the primary backup for Joe Burrow
The one-year deal Brandon Allen signed this week may even come with a space in the main locker room after he appeared to cap his rise from Bengals quarantine quarterback to primary back-up quarterback during Joe Burrow’s rehab.
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David Culley: Deshaun Watson is Texans starting QB 'as of right now'
While the Texans have insisted they wouldn't trade Deshaun Watson, might cracks in that stance start to form? New Houston HC David Culley said on the Huddle & Flow podcast that Watson is the team's QB
Chiefs release starting tackles Eric Fisher, Mitchell Schwartz
The Chiefs are cleaning house on their offensive line. Kansas City released starting LT Eric Fisher, RT Mitchell Schwartz on Thursday.
Saints WR Michael Thomas restructures contract freeing up more cap space
The New Orleans Saints have restructured wideout Michael Thomas' contract, creating $8.7 million in salary-cap space, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
Buffalo Bills sign LB Matt Milano to 4-year extension worth $44 million, source says
The Buffalo Bills announced they have signed linebacker Matt Milano to a four-year extension. The deal is for $44 million with $24 million guaranteed, a source told ESPN.
Houston Texans reach one-year deal with RB Mark Ingram, source says
Running back Mark Ingram has agreed to a one-year contract with the Texans, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.