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Bengals News (7/18): Best nicknames in NFL history

Ickey Woods should have been way higher.

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Best NFL nicknames: 101 greatest monikers in football history
From Walter Payton and Marshawn Lynch to Ed Jones and Joe Namath, Touchdown Wire reveals the ultimate hierarchy of gridiron nicknames. As you can imagine, several Cincinnati Bengals made the list, including none other than the man who invented the Ickey Shuffle.

Photo Gallery | Best Images From The 2021 Offseason
From the NFL Draft, new uniforms and OTAs, view some of the best photographs from the Bengals 2021 offseason.

Men On A Mission | The 1988 Cincinnati Bengals
The Bengals tied for the best record in the NFL in 1988, secured home-field advantage throughout the playoffs, and won the AFC Championship and appeared in Super Bowl XXIII.

President Joe Biden to host Super Bowl champion Buccaneers Tuesday
President Joe Biden will celebrate the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl title when the team visits the White House on Tuesday.

Pandemic causes Green Bay Packers' revenues to plummet nearly 27%
The Packers reported $409.8 million in expenses and $371.1 million in revenues. It marks the first time since 2000 that the team spent more money than it brought in.

WR Ted Ginn announces retirement after 14 NFL seasons
Speedy wide receiver and kick returner Ted Ginn announced his retirement on Friday's edition of NFL Total Access on NFL Network. Ginn's best years as a pro receiver came in Carolina, where he caught 134 passes for 2,047 yards and 19 touchdowns over the three seasons he spent with the Panthers.

Matt Nagy faces make-or-break season in Chicago; five NFL players with Shohei Ohtani potential
Is the clock ticking on the Matt Nagy era in Chicago? Bucky Brooks says this is a make-or-break season for the Bears head coach. Plus, five NFL players with Shohei Ohtani potential, an emerging trend in team-building and more.

Christion Abercrombie to serve as Titans coaching intern after recovering from life-threatening brain injury
Christion Abercrombie, who sustained a life-threatening head injury while playing football for Tennessee State three years ago, will serve as a strength and conditioning intern for the Titans during training camp as part of the NFL's Bill Walsh Coaching Fellowship.

Colts, Washington have NFL's lowest vaccination rates at below 50 percent
Teams that have 85 percent of their players vaccinated will have fewer restrictions in their team facilities. Washington and Indianapolis have a long way to go.

Teams aren't required to provide extra locker room space to visiting teams this year
Last year, NFL teams hosting games were required to provide sufficient locker room space for visiting teams to permit for full-blown physical distancing. This year, that requirement does not apply.