Tee Higgins calls Bengals ‘number one option’ before free agency
“Them telling me that they want me to come back, man, it’s family,” Higgins said. “We’ve been playing together for three or four years now, and I personally would love to be back playing with those guys. It’s not in my hands now, but when the time comes and Cincinnati is there, that’s the number one option right now.”
The Conversation: Zac Taylor Preps For '24: 'You Learn Something New Every Year'
Bengals head coach Zac Taylor has already switched gears into the offseason as he delves into reviewing his team while re-assuming his role as chauffeur for his four children.
Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase and Tee Higgins Talk Contracts, Records, More in B/R Interview
The wide receiver position is the biggest storyline of the Bengals' offseason, as Tyler Boyd is also set for free agency alongside Higgins. As if that wasn't enough, Chase is eligible for a contract extension.
2024 Bengals opponent to host game in Germany
One of next year's opponents for the Cincinnati Bengals will be hosting a game as part of the NFL's 2024 International Games. The NFL announced four of the five teams who will host international games in 2024, and the Carolina Panthers, one of the nine teams the Bengals will visit next year, were among that group.
Bengals free agents: Who stays, who goes and projecting the Big 5
CINCINNATI — The Bengals enter the offseason with one of the most noteworthy classes of free agents in their recent memory. It includes five players who started each of the last three seasons on championship contenders, including three making their first foray into the open market.
Titans' Job Interviews: Bengals' Callahan on Friday; No Interest in Harbaugh or Belichick
According to reports, the Tennessee Titans will interview Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Brian Callahan on Friday for their coaching opening. The Titans will not interview Jim Harbaugh or Bill Belichick.
Early Bengals free agent targets after disappointing 2023 season
The 2023 season did not go according to plan for the Cincinnati Bengals. With a trip to the Super Bowl two years ago and another AFC Championship appearance last season, the expectation was for the Bengals to be right in that mix again this season. But injuries derailed any hope for another big playoff run and left the Bengals on the outside looking in of the playoff picture.
Bengals have good odds to play Panthers in Germany next season
Four clubs were selected Thursday morning to play over in Europe next season, with the Chicago Bears, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Minnesota Vikings earning games in London.