Top Bengals News

  • Bengals' Alex Redmond: Handed four-game suspension

    Redmond received a four-game suspension Wednesday for violating the league's performance-enhancing drugs policy, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Redmond played with both a torn labrum and a hamstring injury during the 2018 season. Regardless of the exact reason for his suspension, Redmond started 15 games for the Bengals last season, making his absence a less-than-ideal development for the Cincinnati offensive line.

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  • Bengals' Cordy Glenn: Switching positions

    Glenn (ankle) said Monday that he's expected to move to left guard, while rookie Jonah Williams takes over at left tackle, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

    Glenn was solid for the Bengals last season, starting in 13 games for the team at left tackle. With Williams selected 11th overall by the team in the 2019 draft, the move was inevitable. With both Glenn and Williams on the line, it should vastly improve the unit in 2019.

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  • Bengals' Malik Jefferson: Full go at OTAs

    Jefferson (toe) is participating at OTAs, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.

    After missing rookie minicamp while recovering from a toe injury that landed him on IR last season, Jefferson was able to get back on the field Monday. Now that he's healthy, he'll be able to compete for an increased role at strongside linebacker.

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  • Bengals' Rodney Anderson: Hopes to be ready for camp

    Anderson (knee) expects to be 100 percent healthy for the start of training camp, Fletcher Page of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

    Coach Zac Taylor didn't sound quite as confident, simply noting that the Bengals will see where Anderson is at when training camp rolls around. The rookie sixth-round pick will be held out of spring practices while he recovers from the torn ACL he suffered in early September. The typical timeline from an ACL rehab would seem to put him on track for Week 1, but it's worth noting that Anderson suffered two other season-ending injuries during his time at Oklahoma. It also isn't clear if there's any backfield role available in the Cincinnati offense, as Joe Mixon and Giovani Bernard are locked in atop the depth chart. The Bengals might consider stashing Anderson on the PUP list or injured reserve even if his recovery moves along on schedule.

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  • Bengals' Ryan Glasgow: Progressing from injury

    Glasgow (knee) said Tuesday that he expects to be medically cleared for training camp in July, Fletcher Page of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

    Glasgow suffered a torn ACL in Week 3 and was consequently placed on injured reserve immediately afterward. A July return would put his recovery at 10 months, which is about right on schedule depending on the severity of the tear. Glasgow would be a huge boost to the defensive line, after he recorded 11 tackles (six solo) in his three games played last season.

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  • Bengals' Tyler Eifert: Looking sharp this offseason

    Eifert (ankle) has been close to a full participant during the offseason program, Fletcher Page of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. "I'm doing pretty much everything," said Eifert. "There's a couple things here and there but for the most part it's all doing everything with the guys."

    Working his way back from October surgery, Eifert signed a one-year, incentive-laden contract in March. He seems ahead of where he was at the same point last offseason when he was rehabbing from the third back surgery of his career. It helps that the latest injury is to a different part of his body, but the Bengals will remain cautiously optimistic given that Eifert has missed 53 games in six NFL seasons. The team re-signed C.J. Uzomah to a three-year, $18.3 million contract, then drafted Drew Sample in the second round. New coach Zac Taylor and offensive coordinator Brian Callahan presumably have plans to use all three tight ends.

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  • Bengals' Rodney Anderson: No participation in minicamp

    Anderson (knee) did not practice during the Bengals' rookie minicamp this week, Katherine Terrell of reports.

    Anderson, who was the Bengals' sixth-round pick in this year's draft, is still working his way back from a torn ACL he suffered last September. The expectation has been that the tailback will be ready for Week 1, but it remains unclear exactly where he is in the recovery process.

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  • Bengals' Ventell Bryant: Signs contract Saturday

    Bryant signed a contract with the Bengals on Saturday, Mike Kaye of The Newark Star-Ledger.

    Bryant will provide depth to a Bengals receiving corps that was decimated by injuries last season. The undrafted Temple product tallied 173 receptions, 2,444 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns in 48 collegiate games, including two separate 100-yard receiving days in 2018.

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  • Bengals' Jordan Ellis: Signs with Cincy

    Ellis signed a contract with the Bengals on Friday.

    Ellis is coming off a 2018 season at Virginia where he rushed for 1,026 yards and 10 touchdowns in 13 games. He'll be one of three running backs to join the Bengals backfield as part of this rookie class.

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  • Bengals' Stanley Morgan: Lands with Bengals

    Morgan signed a contract with the Bengals on Friday.

    Morgan is coming off a four-year career at Nebraska that was topped off by a stellar senior season where he caught 70 passes for 1,004 yards and seven touchdowns. Given that the Bengals are currently fairly secure at the wide receiver position, Morgan should be considered a longshot to make the team's final roster.

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  • Bengals' Darqueze Dennard: Has minor knee procedure

    Dennard recently underwent a minor scope on his knee, Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official site reports.

    The team knew that Dennard may have required further treatment on his knee when it signed him in March, so this news isn't quite a surprise. The procedure shouldn't have an impact on his outlook for 2019, as the Bengals are hopeful that Dennard can return for mandatory minicamp in mid-June. The Michigan State product had a solid 2018 season, racking up 68 tackles (54 solo) and forcing two fumbles.

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  • Bengals' Darrin Hall: Claimed by Cincy

    Hall was claimed off waivers by the Bengals on Tuesday.

    Hall was waived by the Browns on Monday, but the tailback was plucked off waivers from the team's in-state rival the next day. Hall is coming off a four-year college career at Pittsburgh where he rushed for 2,189 yards and 21 touchdowns.

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  • Bengals' A.J. Green: Aiming to be 100 percent by camp

    Green (toe) expects to be healthy for the start of training camp in late July, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    After making an attempt to play Week 13 following a three-game absence, Green addressed his injured right big toe with surgery Dec. 11. He then ditched his walking boot in early February and took part in voluntary workouts in April. Considering his recovery timetable is 3-to-4 months, Green may already be close to 100 percent, but the Bengals likely will take a cautious approach to ensure he's good to go for training camp. Beyond his health, he also is in the process of learning new coach Zac Taylor's playbook, so any on-field reps Green can get before the season will help his cause.

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