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Caldwell leaves Cincinnati for Denver

As reported by our friends at Broncos Gab, fifth-year wide receiver Andre Caldwell has left Cincinnati and signed a two-year deal with the Denver Broncos. In Denver, Caldwell will be teamed with future Hall-of-Fame quarterback Peyton Manning. Caldwell, a 2008 third-round draft pick of the Bengals, had 124 receptions for 1,172 yards and six touchdowns […]

A View on How the Bengals Will Deal with the Salary Cap Issues in 2012

Football Outsiders is out and doing Division by Division looks at the salary cap and how it affects each team around the league. To see about the entire AFC North – click HERE Here’s the Bengals breakdown, and some of the background on how they think things will play out for the team. Estimated Cap […]

Bengals Free Agents for 2012 – Who Should Stay and Who Should Go?

Now that the 2011 season is officially over following the Super Bowl, now we can all look ahead to free agency. The Bengals have a number of players that will be unrestricted come March 13th when they can sign with other teams. You can see the complete list below, and give your thoughts about what […]

Cardinals at Bengals Thursday Injury Report

Arizona Did not participate: T Brandon Keith (ankle) Limited participation: CB Michael Adams (shoulder), LB Stewart Bradley (hamstring), S Sean Considine (foot), S Rashad Johnson (knee), QB Kevin Kolb (head), RB Alfonso Smith (back), RB LaRod Stephens-Howling (hamstring), RB Beanie Wells (knee) Full participation: WR DeMarco Sampson (ribs), P Dave Zastudil (biceps) Cincinnati Did not […]

Cincinnati Chilly?

As Bengals fans beg for change, particularly on offense, head coach Marvin Lewis and owner Mike Brown have been largely mum on any potential moves.  While both promised changes in some form, neither would state how far they would go, even suggesting that the staff may undergo only subtle changes. So far, the only news […]

Bengals Bow To Ravens In Season Finale, 13-7

If this was Marvin Lewis’ swan song as Bengals head coach, it was one that poetically encapsulated his 8 years in the Queen City as the team was competitive, even dominant in stretches, but in the end simply could not get the job done. They had three chances to win the game in the last […]

Youth Movement: Cincy Squashes Chargers Postseason Hopes 34-20

Youth was served today in Cincinnati as the Bengals won their second straight with a 34-20 destruction of the San Diego Chargers at a snowy, sparsely populated Paul Brown Stadium.  In a word: Impressive.  The Bengals hung 34 points on the league’s number 1 defense, while holding the league’s number 1 offense to just 20, […]

Bengals-Chargers Primer

  The Bengals look to spoil San Diego’s playoff hopes as the Chargers come to Paul Brown Stadium for a 4:05 kickoff Sunday.  The game was originally scheduled to be on NBC’s Sunday Night Football, but it was flexed to the 4:05 kickoff and was replaced for the nightcap by the Eagles-Vikings.  The game is […]