Posts Tagged ‘Johnathan Joseph’

Latest Bengals Free Agency Player Update

Unsigned players: RB Cedric Benson (UFA), OT Kirk Chambers (UFA), C Kyle Cook (RFA), DE Jonathan Fanene (UFA), OLB Brandon Johnson (UFA), MLB Dhani Jones (UFA), TE Reggie Kelly (UFA), RB Brian Leonard (UFA), OG Nate Livings (RFA), OG Evan Mathis (UFA), S Chinedum Ndukwe (UFA), WR Terrell Owens (UFA), QB Jordan Palmer (RFA), CB […]

Bengals Tender Joseph; Others

Today the Bengals announced that they have given DB Johnathan Joseph the highest restricted free agent tender offer.  The offer provides the team with the right of first refusal, along with first-and-third round draft pick compensation if they don’t. They also tendered LB Brandon Johnson at the 2nd-round compensation level, and starting guard Nate Livings […]

Benson and Joseph Still On The Radar

The Bengals reported via their twitter feed yesterday that coach Marvin Lewis confirmed that the team is working to re-sign their top two free agents, CB Johnathan Joseph and RB Cedric Benson, before the expiration of the CBA on March 4: We debated here whether the team should use the franchise tag on one of […]

Joseph or Benson: Who Do You Franchise?

While the league and the union grapple over a new collective bargaining agreement for 2011 and beyond, the Bengals continue to move forward with various offseason dilemmas including replacing coaching and medical staff personnel, and figuring out what to do about Carson Palmer’s power play and Chad Ochocinco’s eccentricities. Meanwhile, it turns out that despite […]

Bengals Start Chatting with CB Joseph about an Extension

James Walker of ESPN reports that the Bengals have begun to chat with CB Johnathan Joseph about an extension: The Cincinnati Bengals have reached out to starting cornerback Johnathan Joseph in an effort to reach a long-term extension. According to Joseph, who is in the final year of his rookie contract, the Bengals have made […]

Source: Joseph Ready to Regain Form From 2006

From: Pro Football Weekly A source close to the Bengals came away impressed with CB Johnathan Joseph’s play at the club’s minicamp. The sense is Joseph, who may have regressed slightly after a promising rookie season in 2006, is poised to bounce back in a big way this season.