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  • Bengals' Trey Hendrickson: Reportedly seeking trade

    Hendrickson has requested that the Bengals trade him, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.

    Per Schefter, Hendrickson -- who is in line to make $15 million this coming season -- is looking for more long-term security than the team has been willing to offer to this point. The 29-year-old is coming of a 2023 campaign in which he recorded 43 tackles and made a major impact as a pass rusher by racking up a career-high 17.5 sacks in 17 regular-season games.

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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Fifth-year option picked up

    The Bengals have elected to pick up Chase's fifth-year contract option.

    With the expected move, Chase will remain under contract with Cincinnati through the 2025 campaign. This past season, the 2021 first-rounder recorded a career-high 100 catches (on 145 targets) for 1,216 yards and seven TDs in 16 regular-season games. The 24-year-old is thus poised to remain QB Joe Burrow's top pass-catching option for the next couple of years, and in that context Chase remains a top tier fantasy option at the wide receiver position.

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  • Bengals' Logan Woodside: Back in Cincinnati

    Woodside signed a one-year contract with the Bengals on Tuesday.

    Woodside was selected by Cincinnati in the seventh round of the 2018 NFL Draft and will return to the team after stops with the Titans and Falcons. The Toledo product has made spot appearances in 13 games over the past four seasons, completing four of seven pass attempts for 34 yards and an interception.

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  • Bengals' Jake Browning: Signed through 2025

    Browning signed a two-year contract with the Bengals on Tuesday.

    Undrafted back in 2019, the QB spent two years on Minnesota's practice squad and then two seasons on Cincinnati's. Browning finally got his shot in 2023, winning the No. 2 QB job for the Bengals and eventually replacing an injured Joe Burrow (wrist) for the final seven and a half games of the season. Browning played surprisingly well down the stretch, with 15 total TDs (three rushing) and seven turnovers (all INTs) while leading all qualified passers in completion percentage (70.4) and ranking fifth in yards per attempt (8.0). The 28-year-old's status as an exclusive-rights free agent this offseason essentially locked him into staying with the Bengals, and the two-year deal now sets him up to be a restricted free agent after 2025. His solid performance in 2023, combined with 2-3 more years of team control, could make Browning a trade target for QB-needy teams, though there haven't been rumblings of interest this spring.

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  • Bengals' Sam Hubbard: Bouncing back from ankle surgery

    Hubbard underwent an offseason procedure to address an ankle injury that he dealt with last season, Ben Baby of reports.

    Per the report, Hubbard -- who missed two regular-season games in 2023 due to a right ankle issue -- indicated that he had a complete deltoid reconstruction in his ankle as well as a TightRope procedure. Now that the defensive end has had his ankle repaired, Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official site reported Monday that Hubbard says he's a few weeks ahead of schedule in his recovery and believes that he'll be ready for training camp.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 89.8
Def. 126.2


Player Injury
S. Hubbard DE Sam Hubbard DE Ankle
J. Burrow QB Joe Burrow QB Wrist
D. Cochran OT Devin Cochran OT Knee
D. Maxwell DL Devonnsha Maxwell DL Knee
T. Anderson SAF Tycen Anderson SAF Knee