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Bengals running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis returned to practice today, Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Green-Ellis missed Tuesday’s practice with a hamstring injury.
Share TweetCheck out our photo gallery of the Bengals practicing inside UC's practice bubble on Wednesday.Share TweetWith the announcement of Ray Lewis' retirement at the end of the season on Wednesday, there was a lot of reaction from Bengals players and coaches.Source: cincinnati.com
Wednesday quotes: Quotes from Bengals players and coaches as Cincin…Updated Jan 2 Share TweetQuotes from Bengals players and coaches as Cincinnati prepares to face Houston in Saturday's Wild Card playoff game. Lewis HEAD COACH MARVIN LEWISThoughts on the retirement of Ray Lewis: ML:...Share TweetThe Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks enter the 2012 postseason red hot and razor sharp. If momentum matters, they're heading for a collision course in New Orleans.Source: CNNSI.com
Got My Mojo Working: No one is hotter than the Seahawks heading into t…Updated Jan 2 Share TweetNo one is hotter than the Seahawks heading into the playoffs. Where does everyone else stand? Kerry J. Byrne breaks down each team's momentum before the postseason begins.Source: CNNSI.com
Are the tides changing in CincinnatiUpdated Jan 2 Share TweetEarlier this week there was talk of the Bengals beefing up the front office. Add that to the fact that the Bengals have now been to the playoffs 3 out of the last 4 years and are a young team that only looks to improve and you could wonder if this is th…Source: whodeyfans.comShare TweetBenJarvus Green-Ellis Updated: 3:15 p.m. With the Bengals going indoors for the second straight day Wednesday, running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis practiced to the strains of Rage Against The Machin...
Don't expect much noise from AFC NorthUpdated Jan 2 Share TweetThis weekend should be a banner one for the AFC North. As for the rest of the postseason, don't expect much. In the first round, the Bengals and Ravens drew the matchups they wanted. Cincinnati travels to face a Houston team that's unraveling. Baltimore…Share TweetDon't act like there's nothing to talk about in the division. The Ravens and Bengals are in the playoffs. The Browns just fired their head coach and general manager. And the Steelers have tons of questions facing them this offseason. Our half-hour talk …
AFC North regular-season QB report cardUpdated Jan 2 Share TweetA look at the quarterbacks in the division for the 2012 regular season: Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals 2012 stats: 329-for-528 (62.3 percent) for 3,669 yards, 27 touchdowns and 16 interceptions. Comment: Dalton was more impressive as a rookie because h…Share TweetBengals rookie linebacker Vontaze Burfict had a whopping 18 tackles on Sunday against the Ravens, his highest total in a season in which he was the Bengals’ tackling leader. Burfict says Ravens running back Ray Rice deserves the credit. Early in that gaSource: profootballtalk.com
Motivation: Adam Jones Adam Jones has watched the Andre Johns…Updated Jan 2 Share TweetAdam Jones Adam Jones has watched the Andre Johnson play four times, but it might as well be 4,000. He saw it again Tuesday for the first time in nearly a year, but it might as well have been last ...
Countdown Daily AccuScore: CIN-HOUJan 2Prim Siripipat goes inside the numbers for the Bengals-Texans
Kerry J. Byrne: Momentum means a lot in the playoffs, but who has it?Jan 2The Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks enter the 2012 postseason red hot and razor sharp. If momentum matters, they're heading for a collision course in New Orleans.
Ray Lewis retires -- Ravens linebacker among five best defensive players e…Jan 2Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis won't be easily replaced by Baltimore or the NFL at large.