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Bengals vs. Dolphins first half and players not expected to play

Football returns to Paul Brown Stadium. LET’S GO!!!

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Syndication: Cincinnati Sam Greene,

Finally, the Cincinnati Bengals are back at Paul Brown Stadium in their first home game since January 3rd. Today is the third and final preseason game as the Miami Dolphins invade the Queen City.

This will also be the first time we’ve seen Joe Burrow in live game action since November 22nd of 2020. Granted, we may not even see him attempt a pass, but just seeing No. 9 introduced to the starting lineup will have PBS roaring with cheers and hope for a fun 2021 campaign.

As for the players not expected to play today, the Bengals announced that “many players” won’t go today.

Among the guys for sure out today include defensive end Joseph Ossai, cornerback Trae Waynes, offensive tackle Hakeem Adeniji and defensive end Wyatt Hubert due to injury.

Here is a refresher on how to watch, follow and stream today’s game.

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Miami Dolphins in NFL Preseason Week 3

  • Game Time: 4 pm ET on Sunday, Aug. 29th
  • TV Channel: Today’s game will be nationally broadcast on CBS.
  • Announcers: Calling today’s action will be Greg Gumbel, Adam Archuleta and AJ Ross.
  • Live Online Stream: Bengals Official App, Bengals.com (in local markets and on Safari browser only). Out-of-market fans can stream online using NFL Game Pass or a free trial of fuboTV.
  • Radio: Bengals Radio Network
  • Replay: NFL Game Pass and NFL Network (check local listings).
  • Weather: High-80’s (feels like 97) and mostly cloudy with a 13% chance of rain, according to NFL weather.

WHO DEY!