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Former Bengals great Chad Johnson has idea to spice up Pro Bowl

CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Perhaps no professional sports all-star game has become more irrelevant than the NFL's Pro Bowl, which is why according to a report the league this week is discussing ways to improve it and possibly eliminate it altogether. Former Bengals standout wide receiver Chad Johnson has his own...
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Jets could be the next Bengals, NFL analyst says

New York Jets rookie minicamp, May 6, 2022 — Talk about a bold statement. NBC Sports NFL analyst Cris Collinsworth said the New York Jets could be the next Cincinnati Bengals. Per The Spun:. Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may...
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2022 NFL season: Ranking the most vulnerable division winners, from shaky Bengals to sturdy Buccaneers

Year after year, the NFL playoff picture looks different. Sounds obvious, but all too often, we assume the previous season's contenders will be back in the mix. In reality, it's all unpredictable -- division winners, wild-card contenders, Super Bowl favorites. With that said, we decided to rank each of 2021's first-place teams from most to least vulnerable entering the 2021 campaign.
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Bengals and Zachary Carter agree to rookie deal

The Cincinnati Bengals have agreed to terms with rookie defensive lineman Zachary Carter, according to Aaron Wilson. The Bengals have since confirmed the news. The 95th-overall pick in this year’s draft, Carter joins the Bengals after a standout career with the Florida Gators. The 6-foot-4, 287-pounder had 31 tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss and 7.5 sacks this past season as a redshirt senior.
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The Bengals aren’t frauds. Here’s why.

Yes, the Bengals had a relatively fortunate season in terms of injuries. They also got hot at the right time. But the amount of irrational takes and predictions about the team are getting ridiculous at this point. Anyone who doesn’t have this team finishing at least second in the AFC...
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Bengals rookie Cordell Volson could find himself in the starting lineup

The Cincinnati Bengals spent their fourth-round pick on Cordell Volson out of North Dakota State. The offensive lineman might have a fighting chance at a starting job in 2022. Before free agency began, the Cincinnati Bengals seemed destined to draft an offensive lineman with the 31st overall pick. As free agency progressed, however, that was no longer a necessity for the team.
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There’s a downside to the Bengals’ new-look offensive line

The Cincinnati Bengals went to work this offseason doing everything they could to revamp the offensive line that essentially cost them a Super Bowl title. With even a mediocre offensive line, the Bengals very well could have been the reigning Super Bowl champions right now but after Joe Burrow was sacked seven times in the big game, that was difficult to overcome.
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Bengals' Tee Higgins: Aiming for training camp return

Bengals head coach Zac Taylor said Higgins (shoulder) is expected to be able to participate in training camp, Kelsey Conway of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Higgins remains sidelined during Cincinnati's OTAs this week, but it appears the wideout will be ready to go for training camp in July, which suggests he shouldn't have any limitations to start the 2022 season. The 2020 second-round pick underwent labrum surgery in March and has been sidelined since, but he appears to be making good progress and is already ramping up his rehab process.
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