Despite being in a stretch of three consecutive road games in southern cities, the Bengals may move their practices indoors this week with cold, windy temperatures forecast in Cincinnati.
The Bengals are the northernmost team in the NFL without an indoor practice facility, but they frequently pay the University of Cincinnati to use theirs when conditions warrant it.
“It’s going to be cold, we’ll see,” head coach Marvin Lewis said Monday. “It’s going to be cold and windy from what I’ve been told Wednesday and Thursday so the wind more than anything. We kind of braved the wind and the cold last week and proud of our guys how we did it. We kind of balanced altering our schedule a little bit for a little less wind. Not that it’s not as cold inside, but a little less windy inside.”