10 hrs ago | Rant Sports
In case you haven't already heard, HBO 's behind the scenes NFL documentary ' Hard Knocks ' will be back on our screen once more in 2013.
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Were going to revive a format, Chris Pokorny did a year ago, that used to be titled "Around the AFC North".
12 hrs ago | Cincy Jungle
The Bengals receiver has officially made the top-20 of players in the widely-popular "Top 100 Players List", as presented by the NFL Network.
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The Bengals are looking to rebound in week two against the Cleveland Browns after getting blown out by the Baltimore Ravens in week one, 44-13.
Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton talks with wide receiver A.J. Green during the team's NFL minicamp last week in Cincinnati.
Geno Atkins and Michael Johnson are talking with agents, as is Carlos Dunlap. In Atkins' case, the two sides are "miles apart," writes Jason La Canfora with CBSSports.com.
HBO Sports made it official on Monday: The ninth season of its NFL training camp documentary series "Hard Knocks" will feature the Cincinnati Bengals.
Bills DL Mario Williams has advice for his teammates until training camp opens: "[T]his six weeks that everybody has is not just go home and eat Doritos ."
Coming into the NFL as a first round pick entails plenty of pressure. Entering your second season after being selected in round one the year prior after contributing next to nothing in your rookie season ups that pressure gauge another couple of notches, however.
Jun 11, 2013; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals John Skelton hands off to running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis during minicamp at Paul Brown Stadium.
Save for the clouds hovering over the sky, it was a typical December afternoon in San Diego.
Doesn't it seem as if when the Reds play bad teams, it shines a light on how good the Reds can be?... Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green can't make a critical catch in the end zone covered by the Houston Texans free safety Danieal Manning during the first round of their AFC playoff game at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas.
Each year, Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis comes up with a slogan to put on T-shirts for his players.