Posts Tagged ‘jonathan fanene’

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 Come to Terms with DE Jonathan Fanene

The Bengals reached agreement on a one-year deal with defensive end Jonathan Fanene, a source said. The team had been trying to talk Fanene into a multi-year deal but Fanene opted to take a shorter term and hit the free agent market next season. Fanene is entering his seventh season in the league since the […]

Dunlap On The Rise

During most of the 2010 season the Bengals pass rush seemed to be non-existent, injuries definitely played a role, but one of the few bright spots however had to be 2nd round pick Carlos Dunlap who finished the season with a rookie team record of 9.5 sacks which he accumulated with limited playing time. Dunlap […]

Fanene Finally Shelved; Adeyanju Added

Despite a valiant effort to contribute in 2010,  the Bengals finally acknowledged the painful truth and placed DE Jonathan Fanene on season-ending injured reserve. The team replaced him on the roster with fifth-year journeyman Victor Adeyanju. Fanene was injured in the opener at New England (hamstring), and did not play again until some spot duty […]