Jul 27, 2013
Why the Cincinnati Bengals don't do free agents
Every year before football season starts big-name players hit the market, and time and time again the Cincinnati Bengals are chastized for passing on huge play makers, often times for lesser players, or sometimes none at all.
Bengals' goal is to keep Johnson, Atkins, Dunlap intact
The person who might have been the most surprised about Carlos Dunlap's contract extension with the Cincinnati Bengals was the one who received it.
Mike Brown: Bengals 'stayed away' from Hernandez in 2010 draft
One AFC front-office executive recently speculated that the New England Patriots were the only team willing to gamble a fourth-round pick on Aaron Hernandez in the 2010 NFL Draft .
Wave of arrests continues to plague NFL
These are supposed to be the quietest days for the NFL, with offseason practices over and training camp more than three weeks away.
Aaron Hernandez's story looms large for NFL rookies
The Bengals' second-round pick in 1998, Hawkins believed that because of his upbringing and the structure he had growing up, he could always recognize a bad situation, always understand there was a line he couldn't cross.