Bengals put La’el Collins on non-football injury list; Alex Cappa, others to PUP
Collins and Cappa are the headline items here. Cincinnati’s offensive line was the weak point of its team last year, and the Bengals spent this offseason pursuing upgrades. Cappa and Ted Karras were first in the door, followed by Collins. Cappa was signed to a four-year, $35 million contract, while Collins received a three-year, $21 million deal after being released by the Cowboys.
Cincinnati Bengals' Jessie Bates III and Kansas City Chiefs' Orlando Brown Jr. face uncertain futures
Two key players on Super Bowl hopefuls weren't able to secure extensions, so they're immediate futures are murky as training camps begin.
Look: Jessie Bates Returns to Paul Brown Stadium for Cincinnati Music Festival
The safety did not report to any part of the Cincinnati Bengals offseason program.
New ‘Rule the Jungle’ mural at Kitty’s Sports Bar for Bengals season
The old mural was always a popular venue for photos, both by patrons and other Bengals fans who were just passing by on game days. But it was time for a refresh.
Ranking new alternate helmets: Cowboys bring back classic look, Bengals' white tiger instant hit
The NFL has 11 new alternate helmets in 2022 so far ... which ones are the best?
Q&A With ESPN's Field Yates: Lamar Jackson contract extension, young QBs primed for strong 2022 NFL season, and more
PFF's Ari Meirov sits down with Field Yates to discuss the looming Deshaun Watson suspension, Jimmy Garoppolo's fit with various NFL teams and Lamar Jackson's upcoming contract extension.
David Bakhtiari placed on PUP
Bakhtiari played 27 snaps at Detroit in Week 18 but then missed the playoff loss to the 49ers. He sat out the offseason practices to get ready for camp, but it now appears his return to practice will be further delayed.
With court date looming, NFL continues to monitor Alvin Kamara case
Saints running back Alvin Kamara faces felony battery charges arising from an incident occurring during the weekend of the Pro Bowl.
Patrick Mahomes’ willingness to take less should help the Chiefs with other players, but is it?
Like the Patriots of the Tom Brady era, when the best player on the roster is taking less than he deserves, it makes it easier for the team to squeeze other players on the team to do the same thing. That worked in New England. Is it working in Kansas City?