News, updates, rants and raves about the Cincinnati Bengals.

Dalton talks about Tonight Show experience

4:17 pm Sep. 16, 2015

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton made an appearance on NBC’s The Tonight Show on Thursday, poking fun at his red hair.

As part of a skit called Tonight Show Superlatives, host Jimmy Fallon reached out to a number of NFL players to help celebrate the season-opening game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots.

Each player took a turn joking about what they were voted “Most Likely” to do, with Dalton

Four Bengals miss practice Wednesday

3:53 pm Sep. 16, 2015

Bengals starting safeties George Iloka (ankle) and Reggie Nelson (groin), rookie cornerback Josh Shaw (groin) and rookie defensive tackle Marcus Hardison (knee) sat out Wednesday’s practice.

Iloka suffered his injury in the first quarter of Sunday’s 33-13 win at Oakland, but he said  Monday he should be fine.

Nelson was on the injury report with the groin injury last week. He was listed as probable for Sunday’s game, where he started and

Bengals offering new two-game ticket pack

3:31 pm Sep. 16, 2015

The Bengals began offering a new two-game ticket pack today that gives fans a chance to see the Oct. 11 game against the NFC champion Seattle Seahawks or the Dec. 13 contest against AFC North rival Pittsburgh without having to buy season tickets.

The new “Flex Pack” allows fans to create their own two-game pack, and those who purchase one will have priority over the general public for the possible availability

Bengals snubbed for P.O.W. consideration

2:50 pm Sep. 16, 2015

The NFL announced the AFC and NFC Players of the Week on Wednesday, and while it wasn’t a big shock that no Bengals players were honored, it was a bit of a surprise that none were even nominated.

Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert had nine catches for 104 yards and two touchdowns, all of which were career highs. But he was not among the six players nominated for the award that

Pacman fined, can’t promise it won’t happen again

12:17 pm Sep. 16, 2015

Cincinnati cornerback Adam Jones said the league fined him $35,000 for Sunday’s incident when he knocked off Oakland receiver Amari Cooper’s helmet and slammed his head against it at the end of a play in the second quarter of the Bengals’ 33-13 win.

“I’m not going to B.S. and cry to the media,” Jones said. “Thirty-five thousand, it is what it is. I’ll appeal it, and if it gets appealed, great.

Forbes: Bengals one of least valuable franchises in NFL

7:26 pm Sep. 14, 2015

Following an impressive 33-13 season-opening win in Oakland, the Cincinnati Bengals began the day ranked seventh in the NFL in total offense and third in total defense.

But when it comes to the balance sheet instead of the stat sheet, the showing is not as strong.

On Forbes list off the most valuable NFL franchises, the Bengals rank 29th out of 32 teams with an estimated worth of $1.445 billion.

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