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It was hard not to notice how efficient starting quarterback Andy Dalton was Thursday as he connected with a number of his receivers during the Bengals' first day of camp.
In speaking with local media, Cincinnati Bengals star wide receiver admitted that an early Training Camp injury put him behind last season.
The goal of Hall for the entire offseason has been for him to be on the field when Day 1 of camp opens.
Andy Dalton has started all 48 games for Cincinnati since his rookie season in 2011, including leading the Bengals to the playoffs in each of his first three seasons - no small feat for a franchise with just two playoff appearances between 1991 and 2010.
Taking a look at the news, links, and stories around the internet concerning your Cincinnati Bengals, as well as some stories of interest around the NFL.
If you're listening to this, chances are it's Thursday which means the Bengals have officially kicked off their 2014 Training Camp! The day has finally come! What are you most excited about for 2014's campaign? Which Bengals are you most looking forward to seeing on the field again in the Queen City? What are your expectations for this season? We ... (more)
On the eve of his first training camp leading an NFL team, Washington Redskins Coach Jay Gruden appeared upbeat and ready for work Wednesday.
Since NFL legend Paul Brown died in 1991, Cincinnati Bengals owner Mike Brown has joined Jerry Jones of the Cowboys as the only owners who also double as their organization's general manager.
The dog days of summer may be in full swing, but it hasn't felt this much like fall in quite a while.
Dec 29, 2013; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden prior to the game against the Baltimore Ravens at Paul Brown Stadium.
Bengals owner Mike Brown had some interesting comments about Andy Dalton's next contract.
Accumulating the stories from the 2014 media luncheon, which are mostly interviews from coaches and ownership that's discussing the bigger issues heading into training camp.
It's not your typical classroom. They're not your typical teachers. It's where you go after failing all year.
Bengals fans just don't care about stinking jersey sales; they just want championships.
The Cincinnati Bengals have made the playoffs three straight years and four of the past five seasons due in large part to their defense.
Morning Line, 7/22: Reds wander again, Bengals begin Reds wander again, Bengals begin, Reggie wants to run.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 03:16 am
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