Legal/Off Field Issues
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Cincinnati Bengals H-back (tight end and fullback) Orson Charles was arrested on the night of March 31, 2014 for wanton endangerment. According to reports, the incident resulted from road rage and brandishing a firearm.
The second-year safety is being charged for assault and domestic battery.
Linebacker Dontay Moch is facing a four-game suspension after testing positive for a banned substance. The linebacker responds.
The Cincinnati Bengals unfairly are tagged with character issues. We examine.
Former Bengals, Buccaneers and Broncos linebacker Nate Webster argues that the girl was 16 years old during sexual assault trial.
According to The Cincinnati Enquirer's Jim Hannah, Bengals wide receiver Jerome Simpson has pled guilty to felony charges stemming from the investigation on 2.5 pounds of marijuana shipped from California to his Northern Kentucky home.
According to KYPost.com, the package of 2.5 pounds of marijuana shipped to Jerome Simpson's house was not addressed to him.
We take a look at Rey Maualuga's assault and how that impacts the team's overall character issues that's faced this team for half-a-decade.