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  1. #61
    Carlos Dunlap talks up youth movement for Bengals pass rushers
    Though he might be entering the final year of his deal with the Cincinnati Bengals, Carlos Dunlap doesn’t shy away from saluting the young talent around him.

    Cincinnati Bengals' prediction from MMQB is losing record
    The Bengals have "a solid roster with very few holes." You "have to like their running game, pass catchers and ... their offensive line, too." But even though MMQB's Jonathan Jones writes that there's a lot to like about Cincinnati, the Bengals feel like a 6-10 team.

    Cincinnati Bengals' history with Hamilton County taxpayers
    Hamilton County taxpayers can't help but think about their eventful and, at times, uneasy history with the Cincinnati Bengals after it was revealed Wednesday that the Cincinnati Bengals are threatening to veto the planned site for a concert venue next to Paul Brown Stadium.

    Open Letter to Fans: Bengals Support Music Venue
    As the City and County consider further development on The Banks, the Bengals have had productive conversations about what will make The Banks an energetic and exciting place in Cincinnati while continuing to allow the other parts of The Banks, including the stadia, to operate in a great way for the fans.

  2. #62
    Field makeover at Paul Brown Stadium is complete
    Paul Brown Stadium has a fresh new look. The Cincinnati Bengals decided to get the turf redone this offseason, resulting in a bright new look that pops off the screen. The Motz Group shared a few photos

    MMQB has questions regarding the Bengals
    The Cincinnati Bengals are coming off an ugly showing last season that showed a bit of promise in the final two weeks knocking two teams out of the playoffs. After missing the playoffs two seasons in a row, the Bengals need to prove they are contenders this season. The organization has talked all offseason about winning now, and that’s how they are building this team. It’s time for them to put their money where their mouth is and get it done on the field.

    Jordan Willis has expectations with Bengals in 2018
    The Cincinnati Bengals drafted defensive end Jordan Willis last offseason in the third-round of the 2017 NFL Draft. Willis looked promising during the preseason with his four sacks leading the most in preseason last year but saw insufficient time on the field the rest of the season. Fourth-round pick Carl Lawson stole the show and became the primary pass rusher for the Bengals.

    Cordy Glenn listed as Bengals’ most overpaid player
    The Cincinnati Bengals do a good job walking the financial tightrope, which helps explain how they have consistently cobbled together one of the NFL’s most talented rosters during the Andy Daltonera.

    Jordan Willis admits a few Bengals veterans made life hard on him as a rookie
    Bengals coaches have already admitted they should have had Willis on the field more as a rookie last year. What we didn’t know was the Kansas State product’s abrasive relationship with a few Bengals players upon his arrival.

  3. #63
    Don’t count out Quinton Flowers as Bengals’ third QB in 2018
    The talk surrounding the Cincinnati Bengals and notable undrafted free agent Quinton Flowers has centered on his transition to running back. But Flowers has a few things going for him when it comes to these Bengals and his possible future with the team

    Can Jeff Driskel Be the Bengals' Backup Quarterback?
    In his eight seasons at quarterback, the Bengals have never given Andy Dalton a legitimate competitor. Now that A.J. McCarron left for Buffalo, the talent gap between Dalton and the backups has never been greater. Whether or not the Bengals should have taken rookies Lamar Jackson or Mason Rudolph is a different question. However, the team needs to resolve the logjam behind Dalton at backup quarterback.

    Bengals offensive line is relatively cheap in 2018
    The Cincinnati Bengals knew that addressing the offensive line was their top priority going into the 2018 offseason. Following such a disastrous production in 2017, it was time to make some changes. The first was to let go of longtime offensive line coordinator Paul Alexander. Cincinnati followed by bringing in former Dallas Cowboys offensive line coordinator Frank Pollack.

    Cincinnati Bengals Xtra: New helmets and a supplemental steal?
    Astute fans perusing The Enquirer’s photo galleries from the Cincinnati Bengals' organized team activities noticed that quarterback Andy Dalton, among other players, were sporting new helmets during the workouts.

    Hobson's Choice: Potpourri
    I wish I could tell you rookie defensive tackle Andrew Brown is the next Geno, but if I did it would be fraud. The coaches have been impressed, but the little said the better before they get the pads on, particularly linemen. They also like the looks of right end Sam Hubbard, the third-rounder. Second-rounder Jessie Bates has been taking a lot of snaps at safety and so far the Bengals like that pick. He can race to the perimeter and has the range they want. But safeties play with pads. A couple of rookie free-agent safeties have turned some heads, such as Tyrice Beverette and Trayvon Henderson.

  4. #64
    A nice look at Tyler Eifert and what he brings to the offense.

    What strikes me the most, is how much more confident/daring Dalton is when throwing to Eifert. There are some incredibly tight throws in the breakdown.

    https://www.cincyjungle.com/2018/6/9...ifert-cant-win

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    Where do the Bengals land on quarterback rankings?
    The Cincinnati Bengals have elected to deploy veteran quarterback Andy Dalton in the 2018 season without any competition behind him. Looking at his backups, the Bengals don’t have anyone in the waiting to be their future starter. Cincinnati is putting all their cards into one basket and hoping it pans out. Cincinnati missed out on an opportunity to receive a second-round pick for former backup A.J. McCarron in a trade with the Cleveland Browns last season. The Browns messed up the paperwork, and the deal never got done resulting in the Bengals having to let McCarron walk in free agency for nothing in return.

    Bengals 53-man roster predictions: offensive line
    The Cincinnati Bengals had one of the worst ranked offensive lines last season keeping quarterback Andy Dalton under consistent pressure. Cincinnati moved around linemen multiple times throughout the season trying to find an answer but came up short. If the Bengals are going to try and compete in 2018, they must improve significantly up front.

    2018 Fantasy Football Draft Prep: Ranking the Fantasy Assets for the Cincinnati Bengals
    If you love upside, the Cincinnati Bengals are the team for you. A.J. Green has a career 16-game average of 87-1,288-9. Joe Mixon is a former second-round pick with first-round talent and an improved offensive line. Tyler Eifert has scored 20 career touchdowns in 39 games. Even Andy Dalton has been a top-five Fantasy option before. And I haven't even mentioned their first-round pick from a year ago, John Ross.

    Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green makes Top 100 list
    The Cincinnati Bengals added a second player to the NFL Top 100 list yesterday with the addition of wide receiver A.J. Green coming in at number 22. The only other Bengal so far to make the list is defensive tackle Geno Atkins at 63. It’s been a long wait to hear another Cincinnati player make the list but we all knew that Green would be near the top of the list.

    Bengals 2018 Training Camp Opens Thursday, July 26
    Bengals fans will get their first chance to see this year’s team up close when Bengals Training Camp, presented by Fifth Third Bank, kicks off on Thursday, July 26. Thirteen practices will be open to the public, including an evening practice on Friday, Aug. 3 and Family Day on Saturday, Aug. 4. All practices are free and offer fans the opportunity to obtain player autographs after practice.



    Scrutiny is mandatory for offense
    The Bengals’ mandatory minicamp begins Tuesday and when it ends Thursday the official seven-week period of conjecture, speculation and guesswork is underway because they won’t be seen on the field for the next 42 days.

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    Bengals QB Logan Woodside arrested on DUI charge

  7. #67
    Bengals 53-man roster predictions: Defensive Line
    The Cincinnati Bengals have a strong group along the defensive line, a group that has been the backbone of the team for many years. With stars line defensive tackle Geno Atkins and defensive end Carlos Dunlap, it’s hard not to have success. Linebacker Carl Lawson was a primary focus last season as an edge rusher in his limited snaps but is on the roster as a linebacker so will not be part of this group.

    Can Jessie Bates be a major impact for Bengals defense
    Following the signing of defensive coordinator Teryl Austin, the Cincinnati Bengals have made it known this offseason they wanted more help at the safety position. After reportedly making a strong push for safety Kurt Coleman, the team also brought in former San Fransisco 49ers safety Eric Reid for a visit just before the 2018 NFL Draft. Instead, the organization decided to draft Wake Forest safety Jessie Bates in the second-round.

    Coming Soon: Bengals Introduce Jungle Pass
    Fans interested in attending every Bengals home game this season have a new option. The $200 mobile-only Jungle Pass includes tickets to 10 Bengals games, eight in the regular season and two in the preseason. Jungle Pass will go on-sale this Thursday at 10 a.m. Fans can purchase up to two tickets together. The mobile-only tickets, which are non-transferable and must be used by the purchaser, will be delivered through the Bengals app a few hours before kickoff of each home game.

    Bengals rookie QB charged with DUI
    Police arrested Cincinnati Bengals rookie quarterback Logan Woodside on a DUI charge in Bellevue Saturday, WCPO news partner the Journal-News reported.The arrest report states an officer pulled over Woodside for going 10 miles per hour above the speed limit, and then determined Woodside was under the influence, the Journal-News reported.

    Cincinnati Bengals Carlos Dunlap talks about contract negotiation
    While his teammates were voluntarily sweating it out during OTA practices and his agent was trying to negotiate a new contract, Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap spent the last few weeks surfing the black-sand beaches of Costa Rica, riding four-wheelers in the rain forest, buying a house in Miami, taking the speed train to Milan and touring Army and Air Force bases in Italy and Germany as part of the NFL-USO tour.



    Carlos Dunlap participates in Cincinnati Bengals minicamp after skipping OTAs
    Carlos Dunlap walked into the Cincinnati Bengals locker room and noticed a group of videographers and reporters waiting by his locker in a far corner of the room. "Y'all looking for me?" he said.

    Quick hits: Eifert not back Tuesday; Dalton finds Ross, Malone deep
    The Bengals continue to play it conservatively this spring with Tyler Eifert’s surgically-repaired back, although head coach Marvin Lewis was surprised his starting tight end wasn’t on the field for Tuesday’s first practice of mandatory minicamp. “He was here all morning and then all of a sudden he wasn’t,” Lewis said after practice. “I’m sure he’s being dealt with in some kind of medical fashion. That’s the only reason a guy wouldn’t be here.”

    Record sack race underway
    Carl Lawson is one of the many guys happy to see voluble and valued veteran left end Carlo Dunlap surface for this week’s mandatory minicamp. Lawson, who usually sets up at right end on passing downs, nearly broke Dunlap’s rookie sack record last season and he likes the competition. And on Tuesday he offered a challenge to a guy he calls “like an older brother to me.”

  8. #68

    Rookies Visit Ronald McDonald House

    Posted Jun 6, 2018
    The Bengals Rookies took a visit to the Ronald McDonald House last week to play with kids and take a tour of the facility.

  9. #69
    Bengals 53-man roster predictions: Defensive Line
    The Cincinnati Bengals have a strong group along the defensive line, a group that has been the backbone of the team for many years. With stars line defensive tackle Geno Atkins and defensive end Carlos Dunlap, it’s hard not to have success. Linebacker Carl Lawson was a primary focus last season as an edge rusher in his limited snaps but is on the roster as a linebacker so will not be part of this group.

    Can Jessie Bates be a major impact for Bengals defense
    Following the signing of defensive coordinator Teryl Austin, the Cincinnati Bengals have made it known this offseason they wanted more help at the safety position. After reportedly making a strong push for safety Kurt Coleman, the team also brought in former San Fransisco 49ers safety Eric Reid for a visit just before the 2018 NFL Draft. Instead, the organization decided to draft Wake Forest safety Jessie Bates in the second-round.

    Coming Soon: Bengals Introduce Jungle Pass
    Fans interested in attending every Bengals home game this season have a new option. The $200 mobile-only Jungle Pass includes tickets to 10 Bengals games, eight in the regular season and two in the preseason. Jungle Pass will go on-sale this Thursday at 10 a.m. Fans can purchase up to two tickets together. The mobile-only tickets, which are non-transferable and must be used by the purchaser, will be delivered through the Bengals app a few hours before kickoff of each home game.

    Bengals rookie QB charged with DUI
    Police arrested Cincinnati Bengals rookie quarterback Logan Woodside on a DUI charge in Bellevue Saturday, WCPO news partner the Journal-News reported.The arrest report states an officer pulled over Woodside for going 10 miles per hour above the speed limit, and then determined Woodside was under the influence, the Journal-News reported.

    Cincinnati Bengals Carlos Dunlap talks about contract negotiation
    While his teammates were voluntarily sweating it out during OTA practices and his agent was trying to negotiate a new contract, Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap spent the last few weeks surfing the black-sand beaches of Costa Rica, riding four-wheelers in the rain forest, buying a house in Miami, taking the speed train to Milan and touring Army and Air Force bases in Italy and Germany as part of the NFL-USO tour.



    Carlos Dunlap participates in Cincinnati Bengals minicamp after skipping OTAs
    Carlos Dunlap walked into the Cincinnati Bengals locker room and noticed a group of videographers and reporters waiting by his locker in a far corner of the room. "Y'all looking for me?" he said.

    Quick hits: Eifert not back Tuesday; Dalton finds Ross, Malone deep
    The Bengals continue to play it conservatively this spring with Tyler Eifert’s surgically-repaired back, although head coach Marvin Lewis was surprised his starting tight end wasn’t on the field for Tuesday’s first practice of mandatory minicamp. “He was here all morning and then all of a sudden he wasn’t,” Lewis said after practice. “I’m sure he’s being dealt with in some kind of medical fashion. That’s the only reason a guy wouldn’t be here.”

    Record sack race underway
    Carl Lawson is one of the many guys happy to see voluble and valued veteran left end Carlo Dunlap surface for this week’s mandatory minicamp. Lawson, who usually sets up at right end on passing downs, nearly broke Dunlap’s rookie sack record last season and he likes the competition. And on Tuesday he offered a challenge to a guy he calls “like an older brother to me.”

  10. #70
    Quick hits: Eifert question mark for camp; three-pick day; Joe all go
    Tight end Tyler Eifert stretched with the team before Wednesday’s mandatory minicamp practice but just watched the rest of the way. That may or may not be what we see when training camps starts in 43 days as he continues to recover from back surgery. Lewis said he doesn’t know if Eifert is going to be ready for July 26.

    Bengals unsure if Eifert (back) will be ready for camp
    The Bengals' one-year gamble on oft-injured tight end Tyler Eifert is off to an inauspicious start this offseason. Surprised by Eifert's inability to take the field for this week's minicamp, a frustrated Marvin Lewis acknowledged Wednesday that the status of the 2015 Pro Bowl selection is uncertain for the start of training camp this summer.

    Jake Fisher, Cincinnati Bengals, cleared to practice after heart surgery
    The 2015 second-round draft pick had surgery Nov. 18 to correct an irregular heartbeat and has slowly been working his way back to the field.

    Are the Bengals proving they are in "win-now" mode?
    The Cincinnati Bengals have had one of the busiest offseasons since signing head coach Marvin Lewis in 2003. Bringing in coaches like defensive coordinator Teryl Austin and offensive line coach Frank Pollack are the most notable additions. Offensive coordinator Bill Lazor will have his first offseason at his new position to draw up a playbook to revolve around Dalton’s strengths.

    Young Bengals receivers making plays in camp
    The Cincinnati Bengals began mandatory minicamp this week, and it seems that some of the young wide receivers are having impressive days. It comes to no surprise that second-year wide receiver John Ross impresses as he has been one of the biggest headlines out of camp this offseason. Another receiver trying to make some big plays is Josh Malone, who spent much of OTA’s on a pedal bike nursing an injury.

    Cincinnati Bengals defense picking off passes in practice
    It’s just practice — and one in shorts sans pads at that — but a Cincinnati Bengals defense that has struggled forcing turnovers the last two years will take them when they can get them.And Wednesday they got a lot of them with three interceptions, which had to please new defensive coordinator Teryl Austin.

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