Cincinnati Bengals WR Tee Higgins Doesn't Want to Talk About Last Season, Focused on Week 3 Matchup Against New York Jets - Sports Illustrated Cincinnati Bengals News, Analysis and More
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tee Higgins Doesn't Want to Talk About Last Season, Focused on Week 3 Matchup Against New York Jets
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With Isaiah Prince on injured reserve, Taylor indicated it would be Hakeem Adeniji or D'Ante Smith if Collins can't go, but Taylor said after Thursday's practice he feels good about Collins' prospects of playing.
Joe Burrow deleting social media is once again being overblown
Burrow deleting social media is again creating headlines.
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Takeaways were key to Cincinnati's playoff run last season, but they've managed only one so far in their 0-2 start.
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Sean Payton says he would be interested in returning as NFL coach in 2023 for 'right situation'
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NFL Announces Apple Music As New Super Bowl Halftime Show Sponsor Replacing Pepsi
NFL has announced that Apple Music is the new sponsor of the Super Bowl Halftime Show. The streaming service from Apple will be taking over Pepsi who recently sponsored the show headlined by Dr. Dre, Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg, Eminem and 50 Cent at this year’s Super Bowl at L.A.’s SoFi Stadium.