Injury news for the Cincinnati Bengals
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.