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The NFL's leader in touchdowns among tight ends will likely not see the field on Sunday. We break down the fantasy implications. Cincinnati Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns, according to the team's injury report. Eifert suffered a pinched nerve in his back during the Week 12 blowout win over the St. Louis Rams, was kept out
The NFL has incredibly strict uniform rules, limiting what players can wear and fining them when they go against policy. Mohamed Sanu hasn't let those rules keep him from wearing sweet custom cleats and he'll continue that on Monday Night Football with maybe his coolest cleats yet. Why So Serious? ️ #Joker #DarkKnight pic.twitter.com/iSerHXw1Qr — Mohamed Sanu Sr. (@Mo_12_Sanu) Novembe
Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert drags Browns safety Tashaun Gipson into the end zone for one of Eifert’s three touchdowns.
Turzilli's 4.44-second 40-yard dash drew the interest of NFL scouts at pro day.
The new three-hour PFT Live got off to a rousing start on Monday and we don’t plan on slowing down at all on Tuesday. Mike Florio will be back on NBC Sports Radio for the entire show, which starts at noon ET and which you can listen to by clicking right here. The first hour will…
The Bengals lost their postseason opener for the fourth straight year on Sunday, a development that left wide receiver Mohamed Sanu feeling that something has to change for the Bengals to avoid a continuation of their real-life Groundhog Day. “I don’t know, I really don’t,” Sanu said, via the Cincinnati Enquirer. “We are just going…
The Bengals will be without one of the premier wide receivers in the NFL with A.J. Green ruled out due to a concussion. Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green has been ruled out of the Bengals wild card game against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday due to a concussion. Green suffered the injury in Week 17 against the Pittsburgh Steelers, and failed to practice all week while undergoing
A.J. Green has been ruled out for Sunday's Wild Card matchup against the Colts, the Bengals announced Saturday. What does this means for Cincinnati's chances against the Indianapolis Colts?
The Bengals like to throw the ball deep to A.J. Green any chance they get. There’s no debate with that. Green has the unique package ...
The Cincinnati Bengals have confirmed that second-year tight end Tyler Eifert is out for the remainder of the season due to a shoulder injury. Eifert suffered the injury in the opening game of the season and has been on the sideline since. As the Bengals prepare for a Week 17 showdown with the Pittsburgh Steelers, coach Marvin Lewis revealed the news, per Paul Dehner Jr. of The Cincinnati Enquirer
An explanation for how none of the 256 picks in the NFL Draft were Coleman.
Bengals wide receiver Mohamed Sanu has yet to miss when he throws the ball in the NFL.
The Cincinnati Bengals are in good shape at wide receiver. Cincinnati receiver Mohamed Sanu, who was listed as questionable for tonight’s game against the Dolphins with a shoulder injury, is active and will play. And receiver Andrew Hawkins, who missed the first half of the season, is also active and will play for the first…
Now that the preseason is about over (do the fourth preseason games count?) it's time to take a look at what fantasy football lessons we've learned from every team in the NFL. That's right folks, 32 teams broken down for your fantasy football pleasure. There is a ton to take away from the preseason for fantasy owners. It's a lot to take in, so without further ado, let's get into what we learned fr
The first season in the NFL can be rough on many players. From learning new offensive or defensive schemes, adjusting to the pace of the game to simply sitting behind veterans during their rookie season, there are many reasons why members of the draft class of 2012 didn't completely break through last year. However, some are now sitting on the precipice of a breakout season, ready to show th
In 2011, it was a foregone conclusion who the No.2 receiver would be, opposite A.J. Green—that being Jerome Simpson. Following that season, Simpson left town and that left a gaping hole in the Cincinnati Bengals offense.That hole really wasn't filled in 2012. The original thought was that Armon Binns and Brandon Tate would (for some reason) be viable options to fill the void
Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton expects Cincinnati to "take the next step" after his team drafted a tight end with sure hands and a running back that can catch passes, giving the offense what it's lacked most.
When the Bengals lost wide receiver Mohamed Sanu to a stress fracture in his foot with five games to go in the regular season, they lost a player who was starting to show some signs of being the kind of receiver they needed as a complement to A.J. Green on the outside. Sanu had 11…
This week marks the ever important NFL combine from Indianapolis, Indiana. All 32 NFL teams will be out to view the players that could potentially become their next stars.The Cincinnati Bengals, in particular, will be viewing all positions—as every other team will be—but will keep a keen eye on certain needs that must be filled through this draft.Positions that will matter most to the
It's like déjà vu. Almost a year ago to the day, the Houston Texans and Cincinnati Bengals met at Reliant Stadium for what became the Texans' first playoff win in franchise history. Many things have changed in such a short span of time, but one thing remains the same—the Texans and Bengals will meet again in an AFC Wild Card Game.The Texans beat the Bengals 31-10 behind an ener