Cincinnati Bengals Training Camp 2016
Everything to know about the Cincinnati Bengals 2016 training camp including news, roster moves, position battles and everything in between.
The Bengals had a precarious situation at the wide receiver position coming into 2016, but their second round pick has really been turning heads this summer.
These five Bengals have been the biggest surprises of Bengals training camp, in a good way.
The Bengals had a low-tempo walkthrough on Tuesday before heading to Detroit to face the Lions. Unfortunately, a slew of injuries are what we’re left to discuss.
Another day, another Bengals injury. Cody Core was easily having one of the most pleasantly surprising camps of any Bengal, but on Monday he suffered an apparent hand injury.
The Cincinnati Bengals may not see defensive tackle Andrew Billings again during his rookie season. He's reportedly undergoing surgery this week, though it doesn't look nearly as serious as it did when Billings originally injured his knee.
The Bengals’ offensive line struggled to keep Andy Dalton protected on Wednesday, but he was able to complete a few nice passes to A.J. Green, C.J. Uzomah, Tyler Boyd and Giovani Bernard.
The Bengals’ fourth-round rookie went down during the Bengals’ joint practice with the Vikings and needed to be carted off the field after receiving help just to get to the cart. We’re hoping for the best for Billings while we wait on more information.
The Bengals and Vikings had a bit of a spat in their joint practice and Adam Jones of the Bengals and Adam Thielen of the Vikings were at the middle of it.
Vontaze Burfict is relishing every opportunity he can get to put in some work and get some football action in. While he is reportedly not playing in the preseason, Burfict took advantage of his opportunity to play in Saturday’s mock scrimmage.
Two of the Bengals biggest offseason additions are already adding quite a bit to a receiver position needing players to step up.
Andy Dalton continues to get help from his new receivers. It also helped that several of his weapons returned to action on Monday after missing part of last week due to injury.
Family Day is apparently pretty aptly named as many of the Bengals players had family members in attendance to watch practice on Saturday inside of Paul Brown Stadium.
The Cincinnati Bengals’ defensive unit is one of the better ones in the league, but there are a number of younger players looking to have a major impact for the first time in 2016. Who could breakout as a valuable player on the defense?