Pass Rush And Youth Pressure Points For Re-Stocked Bengals Defense
After the Bengals signed four defensive starters in last week's first and most costly week of free agency, the defense had a younger, bigger play-making look to accompany the chimes. Working out in Miami, Bell thumbs-upped the moves that included his former Saints teammate Trey Hendrickson and fellow AFC North enforcer Mike Hilton, factors from two perennial play-off defenses. As well as the NFC East-tested Chidobe Awuzie.
Bengals Booth Podcast: Dan Hoard and Dave Lapham break down NFL free agent signings
It's the "You Better Shop Around" edition of the Bengals Booth Podcast as Dan Hoard and Dave Lapham discuss free agency and answer the fans' #AskLap questions. Plus, a tribute to A.J. Green after a memorable decade in Cincinnati.
Bengals: Many of targets left if want to keep spending in free agency
Look at the guard position, where Trai Turner is still sitting there. He’s going into his age-28 season and had a down year in 2020 with a 34.8 Pro Football Focus grade over 536 snaps. He could be a fit on the hope he can turn it back around once healthy and in better surroundings.
Four Players the Cincinnati Bengals Should Go After in Free Agency
The Bengals surprised everyone when they reportedly made star wide receiver Kenny Golladay a contract offer. Joe Burrow gave his best recruiting pitch and the 27-year-old was interested in coming to Cincinnati, but patience paid off and he signed a huge deal with the Giants.
Cincinnati Bengals Re-Shuffle Roster in Hopes of Building Winner at Paul Brown Stadium
The inevitable is happening. It’s a ‘New Dey’ for the Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. The team is adding new faces and moving on from some of their veteran players, in hopes of turning the franchise around.
Pro Bowl Guard Trai Turner Likes Idea of Signing With Cincinnati Bengals to Block for Joe Burrow
The Chargers cut the five-time Pro Bowler earlier this month. They saved $11 million in cap space. He's one of many veteran players that have become cap casualties in recent weeks.
Around the league
Giants signing WR Kenny Golladay to four-year, $72 million deal
The New York Giants are signing wide receiver Kenny Golladay to a four-year, $72 million deal with $40 million fully guaranteed, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, per informed sources. The deal is worth up to $76 million with incentives, Rapoport added.
Broncos, Pro Bowl CB Kyle Fuller agree to terms on one-year, $9.5M deal
The two-time Pro Bowl cornerback has agreed to terms on a contract with the Denver Broncos, the team announced Saturday. NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported earlier in the day that the deal will be for one year with a value of $9.5 million -- $9 million of which will be fully guaranteed -- according to a source familiar with the situation.
Miami Dolphins release former first-round pick Isaiah Wilson
There were several incidents that led to the Dolphins releasing Wilson, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported, per sources familiar with the situation. Wilson was hours late for his team physical and late for his onboarding process, and the 22-year-old didn't show up for voluntary workouts Thursday and Friday that he had previously committed to.
Saints to forfeit 2022 sixth-round pick, pay $700K fine for violations of league COVID protocols
Early in the season, the Saints and the Raiders were fined $250,000 each for failure to follow proper face-covering protocol during their Week 2 clash on Monday Night Football (coaches Sean Payton and Jon Gruden were fined $100,000 each). The Saints were then fined $500,000 for their maskless locker-room celebration following their Week 9 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.