Three teams, two trades, and one venomous Twitter argument later—we’ve finally arrived at the much publicized free agency of talented defensive end Yannick Ngakoue. It’s been a crazy whirlwind of events for the 25 year old sack artist, so let’s take a quick look back at his last 10 months.
Ones that can play the pass well and be relied upon to secure tackles are even more treasured, and there’s no doubt that impending free agent safety Justin Simmons will be handsomely compensated checking those boxes.
The 2020 season may have been another disappointment for the Cincinnati Bengals, but there are signs that the team are heading in the right direction.
One of the more intriguing cases in the upcoming NFL free agent frenzy will be how the Detroit Lions and other teams around the league view WR Kenny Golladay.
The NFL's trade deadline, scheduled for November 3rd, is rapidly approaching. As is always the case, there already are quite a few teams who have stood out as top contenders in the two conferences.
Joe Burrow represents a new dawn for Bengals fans everywhere. The 2019 Heisman Trophy winner was selected first overall by the Bengals back in April. One COVID dominated off-season later and Burrow made his long-awaited debut at home, in front of an empty Paul Brown stadium, against the LA Chargers.
The 2020 NFL season is quickly approaching the opening day of the season where the Kansas City Chiefs will host the Houston Texans.
Andy Dalton's value should be high enough for the Bengals to demand a quality return. He won't be able to replace Tom Brady, even after one of his worst seasons. He will, however, be the perfect quarterback to keep the team competitive under the Bill Belichick regime.
Unfortunately for fans around the world the 100th season of the NFL has come to an end and what a season it was. It’s now time for a pivotal offseason.
Fans of both the Cincinnati Bengals and the Miami Dolphins have had their sights set on the 2020 season for much of this campaign. With Miami’s 38-35 overtime victory at Hard Rock Stadium, the Bengals secured the first overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft. What can supporters of both franchises take forward into the offseason and next season?
As the 2019/20 NFL year moves towards the postseason, for many teams out of playoff contention the focus becomes not the Super Bowl, but the NFL draft.
Following the results of last Sunday, the Cincinnati Bengals became the first team to be officially ruled out of playoff contention; not that the playoffs were ever a realistic expectation at the season's dawn.
Bengals head coach Zac Taylor has announced that quarterback Andy Dalton will be benched this upcoming weekend in favour of fourth round rookie Ryan Finley.
Confirmed by multiple sources now, A.J. Green is highly unlikely to report to the Cincinnati Bengals facility before the Oct. 29 trade deadline. In which case, Green may well have played his final snap in Cincy colours. There's a few contributing factors at play here as to why his return date is being dragged out.
By the Cincinnati Bengals’ standards this offseason is one of earth-shattering change. This relatively conservative franchise doesn’t do dramatic or sudden. Nonetheless this offseason they moved on from long time head coach Marvin Lewis after 16 seasons, replacing the seasoned veteran with the relative greenhorn Zac Taylor.