Cincinnati Bengals Film Room: John Ross

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4 hours ago

Assessing the value Bengals received in drafting Ryan Glasgow

Comparing when Glasgow was drafted to when he was expected to be selected off the board. Day 3 of the 2017 NFL Draft saw many additions to the Cincinnati Bengals’ front seven. Four of the eight selections made on that day were for the defense, three of which being to the front seven. That included defensive back Brandon Wilson, defensive end/linebacker Carl Lawson, linebacker...
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23 hours ago

The makings of a Bengals fan

It’s not always easy being a Bengals fan, and when we asked you why you’re a fan of the team, that sentiment came through loud and clear. Entering the 50th season of Cincinnati Bengals football, life-long fans of the team have been through significant heartbreak. There’s been some joy mixed in, but even the joy usually ends with heartbreak. Such is life for fans of a football...
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1 day ago

The Orange and Black Insider Bengals podcast: Changing the rules

On this week’s episode, Scott Schulze and Anthony Cosenza discuss the recent NFL rule changes, give an OTA update and answer listener questions. The landscape of the NFL is changing once again, even if the tweaks are small. While these changes are league-wide, it does affect the Cincinnati Bengals in a number of ways. On this week’s episode of the Orange and Black Insider,...
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1 day ago

Cincinnati Bengals: Analyzing the wide receiver position

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1 day ago

Cincinnati Bengals: Running back battle breakdown, 2017 edition

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2 days ago

Shannon Sharpe explains why Bengals coach Marvin Lewis is 'absolutely wrong' about touchdown celebrations

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3 days ago

Fast to the Core

  Cody Core has come out fast. Start this reunion tour for the Bengals offense on Tuesday’s first practice of the spring with a fast stop. And it’s got to be fast because we’re talking about Cody ...
3 days ago

Roger Goodell snipes Marvin Lewis for TD celebration comments

The NFL’s decision to relax its celebration rules has generally been well received. But one man who’s not a fan is Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis. You can read the entirety of Lewis’ quote here, but he said, in part, “that’s not a very good example for young people.” Commissioner Roger Goodell took Lewis’ point in stride, but he also expressed confidence...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Marvin Lewis ironically thinks TD celebration rule is bad example for youth

The NFL relaxed its rule about player celebration following touchdowns on Tuesday. They can use the ball as a prop, can make snow angels and can celebrate in groups. For the most part, people who cover the NFL and who participate in it thought the new rule was a fantastic change for the better. Not so for Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis, who, in a twist of irony, thinks...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

The Cincinnati Bengals main post draft outlook

We are roughly three weeks removed from the 2017 NFL Draft. The Cincinnati Bengals have made their picks, already signing some of them. One key question left is where do they go from here. This concern particularly stands regarding the Bengals top two draft picks. With John Ross and Joe Mixon getting the most buzz in this draft class. Both with potentially big roles to take on with...
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Pacman Jones pleads guilty to misdemeanor obstruction

Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam Jones was in court Tuesday and pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor charge of obstructing official police business. The court tossed out the other two misdemeanor charges Jones was facing — assault and disorderly conduct — as part of the plea deal struck with the prosecutor.As a result of Jones' plea, the judge sentenced him to time already served...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Pacman Jones got into it with 911 dispatcher after accident

Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones got into a car accident this week, and let’s just say he didn’t handle it all that calmly.Jones says he was T-boned by a guy who blew through a stop sign because he was texting while driving. In a video he shared on social media, the 33-year-old went off about how he would “smack the s— out of” somebody if not for the...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Marvin Lewis kills the idea of John Ross racing

On Thursday, Cincinnati Reds outfielder Billy Hamilton—the fastest man in baseball—agreed to race Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver draftee John Ross—the fasted man in football—in a 40-yard dash for charity.Hamilton has 202 stolen bases in in 425 career games, Ross ran the fasted 40 in NFL Draft combine history, at 4.20, and the two of them now play in the same city, after...
Via The Comeback
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Usain Bolt responds to John Ross' 40-yard dash challenge

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver and NFL Combine 40-yard dash record-holder John Ross wants to race Usain Bolt, but the world-class sprinter is not having it.Bolt told Jesse Washington of The Undefeated when asked how much of a chance Ross would have against him that the answer was “absolutely none.”“Zero. Absolutely none,” Bolt said. “I think over the years people always...
Via Larry Brown Sports
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike Brown pens letter to Bengals fans about drafting Joe Mixon

Cincinnati Bengals owner Mike Brown has a reputation as a guy willing to take risks on problem players for the sake of value and production on the football field. It wasn’t any surprise, then, to see Brown and the Bengals take a gamble on controversial Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon in the 2017 NFL draft, the prospect who punched a woman in the face, an incident caught fully on...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Bengals owner writes letter to fans addressing Joe Mixon pick

The Cincinnati Bengals made possibly the least surprising move of the 2017 NFL Draft when they decided they would be the ones to accept the risk associated with drafting Joe Mixon. Now, the team’s owner is asking fans to give the former Oklahoma running back a chance.In a letter he penned to Bengals fans by way of the Cincinnati Enquirer, Bengals owner Mike Brown acknowledged Mixon’s...
Via Larry Brown Sports
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Local Cincinnati TV station encouraging boycott of Bengals for drafting Joe Mixon

Joe Mixon has been a hot topic in the sports world for months now and especially in the past couple weeks as we approached the NFL Draft. Just a couple days ago, the Cincinnati Bengals drafted him in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft. Less than a week after the Bengals drafted Mixon, a local Cincinnati TV station is calling for fans to boycott the team. WCPO is the station...
Via Awful Announcing
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Mixon and the hypocrisy of the NFL

Was pick No.48 in the 2017 NFL draft a controversial one? You better believe it was. Joe Mixon, the former Oklahoma running back, now Cincinnati Bengal surely raised some eyebrows when drafted in the second round. Mixon if you didn’t know assaulted a woman in a cafe in 2014. The woman sustained four broken bones in her face, including a broken jaw at the hands of Mixon. Sound familiar...
26 days ago  |  Discuss

ESPN controversially chooses to show Joe Mixon punch video after he's drafted

The Cincinnati Bengals selected former Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon in the second round of the NFL Draft on Friday, again calling attention to Mixon’s assault of a female student in 2014.Upon the selection, Mixon was loudly booed by the crowd in Philadelphia. After ESPN host Trey Wingo explained the misdemeanor assault charge brought against Mixon and the public outcry when...
Via Awful Announcing
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bengals take WR John Ross with No. 9 pick

If a team was looking for speed at the wide receiver position in the 2017 NFL Draft, Washington Huskies’ wide receiver John Ross would be the right guy. That is exactly what the Cincinnati Bengals found with the No. 9 overall pick in the draft. Ross was a much-needed pick to add more weapons for Andy Dalton. Last season with the Huskies, Ross ended up catching 81 passes for 1,150...
Via This Given Sunday
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Bengals want 'at least' a first-round pick for McCarron

It doesn’t sound like the Cincinnati Bengals will find a trade partner for backup quarterback AJ McCarron this offseason.Unless a franchise views the former fifth-round pick as a guy worth a first-round value, that is.NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport just revealed an interesting nugget detailing just how much the Bengals want to hold onto McCarron: McCarron knows all about these rumors...
Via The Sports Daily
April 25, 2017  |  Discuss

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