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The Cincinnati Bengals will get back a much-needed weapon on offense. The team announced they have activated wideout John Ross from injured reserve.
The Cincinnati Bengals turned back to Andy Dalton at quarterback, and the veteran came through against the New York Jets, helping to deliver the team's first win of the season.
Despite optimism earlier this week, Bengals receiver A.J. Green will not make his season debut Sunday against the Ravens. Green has been held out with an ankle injury suffered in training camp.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green could make his season debut Sunday against the Ravens. Green has missed the first half of the season due to an ankle injury.
The Bengals benched Andy Dalton in favor of rookie QB Ryan Finley. The veteran shared his frustration with the timing of the decision just hours before the trade deadline.
The Bengals are winless under Andy Dalton's guidance this season, but teammate Tyler Boyd defended the veteran quarterback, noting that the 0-8 record isn't on his shoulders alone.
The Bengals are benching quarterback Andy Dalton in favor of rookie Ryan Finley, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports. Finley was selected in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft.
Injured Bengals star receiver A.J. Green (ankle) is hopeful of making his return to the field and season debut on Nov. 10 against the Ravens, NFL Network's Omar Ruiz reports.
Sean McVay is rooting for his former assistant Zac Taylor, just not until after this week as the two will be opposing coaches when the Rams face the Bengals in England.
Cordy Glenn spoke for the first time Thursday since he returned from a concussion and was suspended one game by the Cincinnati Bengals.