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Cincinnati Bengals signed running back Giovani Bernard to a two-year contract extension, the team announced. Per Tom Pelissero, the deal is worth $10.3 million.
Jeff Driskel is unsure of what his future holds with the Cincinnati Bengals but the 26-year-old quarterback wants to make sure he continues to be a factor. Even if that means playing wide receiver.
Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon thinks the new offense under Zac Taylor will take advantage on his skill set this season. Mixon finished fourth in rushing last year with 1,168 yards.
Bengals wideout A.J. Green underwent a minor ankle procedure this morning to clean it out after his injury, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per sources informed.
A.J. Green's availability for Cincinnati's season opener is in doubt after suffering a sprained ankle during Bengals practice in Dayton, Ohio on Saturday.
On the first day of Bengals training camp, Cincinnati saw its star receiver leave practice early. A.J. Green went down during practice in Dayton, Ohio, with what is believed to be a sprained ankle.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd has agreed to terms on a four-year contract extension worth $43 million, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports.
After eight seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals, left guard Clint Boling, who made 112 starts in 114 appearances for the club, has called it a career, the team announced Monday.
Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Carl Lawson stopped by NFL Network's Good Morning Football on Monday and made an interesting proclamation: Aaron Rodgers is easier to sack than some other QBs.
Bengals defensive end Carl Lawson, who suffered an ACL tear last season, said he isn't pushing to be ready for training camp. Lawson says his goal is to be "out there Week 1."