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One drive, one touchdown for Patrick Mahomes

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was supposed to play one quarter. Instead, he played only one drive. It was a good one, with the 2018 NFL MVP leading Kansas City to a touchdown. Along the way, Mahomes completed five of seven passes for 74 yards, including a midseason-form 36-yard catch and run down the left sideline [more]

Bengals put Niles Scott on injured reserve

The Bengals have an opening in their defensive line group. The team announced on Thursday that defensive tackle Niles Scott has been placed on injured reserve. He has been out of practice and wearing a walking boot on his foot, but the exact nature of his injury has not been disclosed. Scott was undrafted out [more]

Bengals, NFL make $75,000 donation to Dayton Oregon District Tragedy Fund

The Bengals have announced that they and The NFL Foundation will be donating $75,000 to help people impacted by last weekend’s mass shooting in Dayton. The donation will be made to the Dayton Oregon District Tragedy Fund through The Dayton Foundation, which will work with local offcials to steer the money to those in need. [more]

Bengals activate Rodney Anderson

Rodney Anderson can finally begin his rookie season. Knock on wood. The Bengals announced the running back had passed his physical, meaning he’s activated from the non-football injury list. The sixth-rounder from Oklahoma was recovering for the torn ACL suffered during the second game of his final college season. He ran 188 times for 1,161 [more]

Raiders linebacker Vontaze Burfict takes shot at Bengals

We now can be assured of one more thing in life, and that’s that everything is relative. Either that or after seven years, Vontaze Burfict found his spiritual home. The veteran linebacker, who stacked up suspensions and fines like tackles with the Bengals, took a shot at his former team while talking about the Raiders’ [more]

John Ross hoping year three is the charm

John Ross has played 16 games since the Bengals made him the ninth overall choice in 2017. He has missed 16 with injuries. The Bengals receiver is out of training camp with a hamstring issue. This much is obvious: The pressure is on Ross to stay healthy and play well. “It’s got to be my [more]

Bengals activate Billy Price

Good news regarding the health of Bengals players has been a bit hard to come by of late, but they got some on Friday. The Bengals announced that they have activated center Billy Price from the non-football injury list. Price was placed on the list when the team opened camp last Friday. Price was a [more]

Joe Mixon: Bengals offense can do same stuff as Rams

Bengals running back Joe Mixon said in June that the team is going to shock a lot of people during the 2019 season and his bullishness about the first year of head coach Zac Taylor’s run in Cincinnati has not died down over the last few weeks. Mixon spoke to reporters from training camp on [more]

Report: A.J. Green expected to miss regular-season games

When news broke this morning that A.J. Green underwent ankle surgery, it seemed at least a possibility the Bengals receiver could miss some regular-season games. That, indeed, is the case. Ian Rapoport of the NFL reports that “based on what they found cleaning out the ankle, [Green] is now expected to miss a few games.” [more]

A.J. Green undergoes ankle surgery

Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green had surgery today on the ankle he injured in practice last week. Green had what is viewed as a minor clean-out procedure, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports. The Bengals are still expecting Green to miss six to eight weeks, which means the earliest he could return would be Week [more]

Zac Taylor on A.J. Green injury: “Obviously, he’s down”

First-year Bengals coach Zac Taylor has had to deal with a lot already, with the loss of his best player for at least six weeks during the first practice of his first training camp. And while they’re waiting for more word on the injury, Taylor’s trying to remain upbeat, even as Green was upset after [more]

John Ross could miss a few weeks with hamstring

Receivers are becoming an endangered species in Cincinnati. According to Geoff Hobson of the team’s official website, John Ross could miss two weeks with his recent hamstring strain. While that keeps him in play for the regular season opener, it’s still a tough blow for the Bengals. Star wideout A.J. Green is reported to be [more]

Monday’s PFTOT will carry you through your lunch break

If you’re in the only time zone that really matters (and I realize that every time I’m outside of it), it’s lunch time. You need something to pass the time while opening up the lunch pail. Here’s something you can do: Watch Monday’s PFTOT. The tail on the PFT Live donkey continued during the PFT [more]

Tyler Boyd rips turf in Dayton, calling it “terrible” after A.J. Green’s injury

The Bengals didn’t even make it through their first practice before losing star receiver A.J. Green. An MRI revealed torn ligaments in Green’s left ankle, sidelining him for six to eight weeks, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. That puts the season opener in doubt for Green, who played only nine games last season. Receiver [more]

A.J. Green expected to miss 6-8 weeks

The Bengals’ season starts six weeks from today, and wide receiver A.J. Green may not be ready to go. Green has torn ligaments in his left ankle and will likely miss six to eight weeks, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Given that the best-case scenario is Green being healed just in time for the [more]

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