Injury news for the Cincinnati Bengals
The star wide receiver had an outstanding first half, but came up hobbled on a play at the end of the second quarter.
The star free agent right tackle was seen getting examined in the blue tent during the first quarter.
The Bengals lost Harris, and with it their Week 1 matchup.
The Bengals’ prized free agent acquisition is likely out for the remainder of 2020.
It’s been a long, frustrating and convoluted road for A.J. Green in 2019, but answers are still unfortunately unclear.
Who and what is to blame for the rookie’s season coming to a premature end? Where does the team go from here? We look at the recent, devastating news from a number of viewpoints.
Tyler Eifert is getting ready for a new season, and he says that he is up for staying in the Queen City if the new head coach wants to keep him.
A terrible game just kept getting uglier with the Bengals’ backup linebacker suffering a scary-looking injury.
The second-year tight end is stepping into a bigger role now that Tyler Eifert is recovering from ankle surgery. He's taking advice from the starter and sounds like he's ready for a prominent role, but should the team and fans believe it?
The Bengals' former first round cornerback suffered a bad shoulder injury in late November; it appears that it will keep him out through at least the spring.
In speaking with the media at the annual owner's meetings, Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis gave a positive, but vague update on linebacker Vontaze Burfict.
Wide receiver A.J. Green suffered a bruised bicep during Monday Night's win over the Denver Broncos. Head coach Marvin Lewis confirmed that Green isn't dealing with any structural damage.