This is the July 22, 2013 news archive. View today's Bengals rumors and news.
New iPad Bengals app created for football loversAs we head into the opening of Bengals Training Camp, we're excited to announce our new Bengals app for your iPad, an app created for football lovers.Upvote Share Tweet
Remember Class of '12?bengals.com Updated Jul 22, 2013If you're looking for a depth-chart-diamond-in-the-rough-upstart-underdog, check out George Iloka's bid for not only the 53-man roster but the starting job opposite Reggie Nelson.Upvote Share Tweet
Bengals top division's breakout prospectsESPN.com Updated Jul 22, 2013Many believe the Cincinnati Bengals will be among the breakout teams in 2013. Our friends at Football Outsiders believe the Bengals are tied with the New England Patriots for the most breakout prospects this year. It's an Insider article, so you'll need…Upvote Share Tweet
Steelers losing ground in the NFL draftESPN.com Updated Jul 22, 2013ESPN's Ashley Fox wrote a column Monday on how the Pittsburgh Steelers are no longer the pacesetters of the AFC North. They face the unusual position of trailing the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals as far as talent level. Fox points out that the…Upvote Share Tweet
The Walkthrough: Reedy's Bengals thoughtsI did this last year before it was put on hold midway through the season but we're bringing back the morning blog post with thoughts, notes and nuggets about the Bengals and the league.Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Updated Jul 22, 2013Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who as legend has it once scolded Bengals owner Mike Brown for not selling the naming rights to the stadium in which his team plays, is close to selling the naming rights to Cowboys Stadium nearly four years after it opened. A…Upvote Share TweetThe Cincinnati Bengals continue to cut ties with much of their free-agent class from a year ago, releasing guard Travelle Wharton on Monday. Wharton, the Bengals' first free-agent signing last year, was projected to be the team's starting left guard unt…Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Updated Jul 22, 2013The Bengals are an elite team. Come on. Say it with me. The Bengals are an elite team. How elite? How about No. 6? Largely ignored and overlooked due to a lingering presumption of mediocrity (at best), an unwillingness to spend money, and a propensity t…Upvote Share Tweet
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Jim Trotter: Players Union, NFL agree in principle on HGH population studyJul 22The NFL and the Players Association are closer to HGH testing than ever before. The sides have agreed in principle on a population study for HGH testing, according to an email the union has sent to its players. The study is a precursor to formal HGH tes…