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Hall of Famer Forrest Gregg dies at 85

Legendary Packers offensive lineman and longtime NFL coach Forrest Gregg has passed away at the age of 85. The Pro Football Hall of Fame announced his passing this morning, and said the flag at the Hall would be at half-staff until he has been laid to rest. One of the foundations of the Packers dynasty, [more]

Miles Sanders drawing lots of interest

Penn State running back Miles Sanders is a popular man. He has visits with five teams and workouts with eight others. He has traveled to or will travel to Philadelphia, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Baltimore and Buffalo, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Sanders also will workout for the Bears as well as the Texans, Cowboys, [more]

Bengals re-sign Alex Redmond

The Bengals got another one of their exclusive rights free agents under contract for the 2019 season. Right guard Alex Redmond was one of four ERFAs tendered contracts by the team earlier this month and he is the last one of the quartet to sign his deal with the team. Redmond joined the team as [more]

New Bengals coach Zac Taylor passes “first day of school”

There’s going to be some initial excitement in Cincinnati, what with a new coach for the first time in more than a decade and a half. And new Bengals coach Zac Taylor could feel it from his players, in a scene his star wideout A.J. Green described as “like the first day of school.” Via [more]

A.J. Green: Different energy with Zac Taylor in the building

Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton said that he was hoping things would “all feel new and feel different” once the team started to work with new head coach Zac Taylor this week. Another longtime member of the team says that things do feel different after the offseason program got underway on Tuesday. Wide receiver A.J. Green [more]

Tony McRae signs ERFA tender with Bengals

Cornerback Tony McRae was tendered as an exclusive rights free agent by the Bengals earlier this year and that left him with the choice of signing the tender to play for Cincinnati or sit out because the team controls his rights once the tender is issued. With the team’s offseason program starting on Tuesday, McRae [more]

Rashan Gary visiting Bengals and Giants this week

Michigan defensive end Rashan Gary’s one of the mysteries among the top pass-rush prospects in this year’s draft, so it figures that plenty of teams will want to take a longer look at him. According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, Gary is visiting the Bengals (who pick 11th overall) today and will meet with [more]

Andy Dalton: Let’s make it all feel new and feel different

The Bengals begin their offseason program on Tuesday and that means Zac Taylor will get his first chance to work directly with the team’s players since he became the head coach in Cincinnati earlier this year. Taylor replaces Marvin Lewis after Lewis spent 16 years on the job and the changes in the organization go [more]

Jaylon Ferguson visiting Bills, with Giants and others to follow

Louisiana Tech pass rusher Jaylon Ferguson is collecting the frequent-flier miles this month. He will visit more than half of the teams in the NFL before draft day. Ferguson is in Buffalo today, Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports, with the Giants up next, followed by the Colts and Eagles later in the week. The [more]

Bengals waive Mark Walton

These aren’t your father’s Bengals. The team that once provided consistent safe harbor for players who found trouble away from the field has taken a stand, waiving running back Mark Walton. The Bengals invested a fourth-round pick in Walton last year. But he has been arrested three times this offseason. “It’s important for our team [more]

Jaguars, Seahawks, Bills among Rashan Gary’s visits

Former Michigan defensive lineman Rashan Gary is making his way through a good number of the league’s 32 teams on his pre-draft visits. Gary said last month that the Raiders, 49ers, Jets, Giants and Bengals were on his list of visits and he updated his itinerary during an appearance on Chris Simms Unbuttoned this week. [more]

Bengals RB Mark Walton arrested for third time this offseason

Bengals running back Mark Walton has run afoul of law enforcement for the third time this offseason. Walton surrendered to authorities in Miami on Thursday to face charges stemming from a March 12 incident. According to court documents obtained by the Miami Herald, Walton faces felony charges of carrying a concealed weapon, marijuana possession and [more]

Trey Hopkins signs RFA tender from Bengals

Offensive lineman Trey Hopkins will be staying put this offseason. Chances were good that Hopkins would remain with the Bengals after the team tendered him at the second-round level last month and Hopkins officially signed his tender on Thursday. That should mean he’ll be present when the team begins offseason work with new head coach [more]

Report: Jaylon Ferguson will visit 22 teams

NFL teams have questions about talented Louisiana Tech defensive end Jaylon Ferguson. It’s why he will has a busy month ahead of the NFL draft. Ferguson will take 22 top-30 visits, including the Bengals and Buccaneers this week, Jenna Laine of ESPN reports. NFL teams didn’t get much time to interview Ferguson at the Scouting [more]

George Iloka expects to make impact for Cowboys

The Cowboys did not sign Earl Thomas as many expected and many Cowboys fans had hoped. They didn’t sign Eric Berry or Clayton Geathers either. Instead, George Iloka was the safety who joined Dallas on a one-year deal. “This defense plays into my strong points,” Iloka said, via the Dallas Morning News. “I’m versatile, and [more]

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