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Bengals rename home field to Paycor Stadium

Starting this season, the Bengals will play at Paycor Stadium.Paycor is an HR software company and won the bidding to put its name on the Bengals’ homefield, which had previously been called Paul Brown Stadium.The news is not likely to thrill football fans: Paul Brown is one of the most significant figures in the history [more]

Zac Taylor on Joe Burrow: We’re excited about the progress he’s making

Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow is continuing to work his way back to practice after undergoing an appendectomy.According to multiple reporters on the Cincinnati beat, Burrow was on the field for Monday’s walk-through. It was the first appearance he’d made without a golf cart since the procedure.Head coach Zac Taylor continued to not put a timetable [more]

Patrick Mahomes regrets playing not to lose in second half of AFC Championship Game

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes learned a valuable lesson in the second half of the AFC Championship Game loss to the Bengals: Sometimes when you play not to lose, that makes you lose.Mahomes told Kevin Clark of TheRinger.com that after jumping out to a big early lead, the Chiefs became so focused on playing it safe [more]

Khalid Kareem activated off PUP

The Bengals are getting some depth back for their defensive line.Cincinnati announced on Sunday that defensive end Khalid Kareem has passed his physical and been activated off the physically unable to perform list.Kareem’s injury was undisclosed. A fifth-round pick in the 2020 draft, Kareem appeared in seven games last season with one start. He picked [more]

Zac Taylor: Joe Burrow day-to-day, but is helping lead some meetings

After undergoing an appendectomy, Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow has been back at the facility this week. And while he’s been on the field, he hasn’t been practicing yet.Head coach Zac Taylor said in his Friday press conference that Burrow is still considered “day-to-day,” while declining to put a timetable on when the QB will return [more]

Logan Wilson participates in team work as he returns from shoulder surgery

Bengals linebacker Logan Wilson participated in his first training camp team drill Thursday as he works his way back from offseason shoulder surgery.“It was just good to be back out there doing something,” Wilson said, via Richard Skinner of WKRC. “At least I’ve been doing individual, but it’s just not quite the same when you [more]

Joe Burrow returns to Bengals facility

There’s some good news for the Bengals as they get this week of training camp started.Quarterback Joe Burrow has returned to the facility after undergoing an appendectomy last week. Burrow is not yet getting back to practice, but rolled onto the field in a golf cart to watch the session.Head coach Zac Taylor said he [more]

Will Joe Burrow or Russell Wilson get a percentage of the cap in their next deals?

The contracts given to Deshaun Watson and Kyler Murray (and the one that will be signed, if ever, by Lamar Jackson) serve as potential prologue to a quarterback contract that finally achieves what others have tried unsuccessfully to obtain.A set percentage of the salary cap.It’s the best way to craft a long-term win-win. It gives [more]

Bengals hire Adam Zimmer as offensive analyst

The Bengals have brought back a former assistant for their current coaching staff.Per Field Yates of ESPN, former Vikings co-defensive coordinator Adam Zimmer is working for Cincinnati as an offensive analyst.Zimmer is former Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer’s son. He worked under his father with the Bengals in 2013 as an assistant defensive backs coach [more]

Bengals sign Jacques Patrick, place Elijah Holyfield on IR

Cincinnati has made a swap at running back.The Bengals announced they’ve signed Jacques Patrick and placed Elijah Holyfield on injured reserve.This is Patrick’s second stint with the Bengals. He originally joined the team in April 2020 after a stint with the XFL’s Tampa Bay Vipers. He was on the practice squad for the 2020 season [more]

Chiefs signing Carlos Dunlap to one-year deal

The Chiefs are adding some depth to their group of edge rushers.According to multiple reports, the club is signing defensive end Carlos Dunlap to a one-year deal worth up to $8 million.Dunlap started a visit with the Chiefs on Wednesday, which apparently went well.“It’s been a whirlwind trip,” Dunlap told Josina Anderson of CBS Sports. [more]

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