This is the July 24, 2013 news archive. View today's Bengals rumors and news.
Atkins ready to bring Bengals with him to elitebengals.com Jul 24, 2013As the faithful gather in downtown Cincinnati this weekend to usher in the most optimistic Bengals preseason in recent memory, there are a number of men that can wear the face of the franchise.Upvote Share Tweet
Smith reports but won't practice earlybengals.com Jul 24, 2013Andre Smith surfaced when the Bengals reported to training camp Wednesday, but the starting right tackle won't get on the field when they start practice Thursday afternoon because of a calf injury.Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Jul 24, 2013ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. put together his list of the top players under the age of 25 , and the AFC North placed three players on it. It should be noted that Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green couldn't be considered because he turns 25 before the s…Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Jul 24, 2013Former Bengals offensive lineman Travelle Wharton doesn’t have a new home yet, but he is having plenty of reunions. After visiting yesterday with his original team, the Panthers, Wharton is planning a trip to see the Broncos next, according to Bill Will…Upvote Share Tweet
Bengals with the most to gain or losecincinnati.com Jul 24, 2013With camp beginning tomorrow, let's rank the top five Bengals players with the most to gain or lose over the next five weeks.Upvote Share Tweet
Wake-up: Bengals want image makeoverESPN.com Jul 24, 2013In case you missed it, I posted a couple of blogs late Tuesday afternoon from Baltimore Ravens training camp. I plan to stop over there once again for some interviews later in the day. Since there are three other teams in the division, let's address the…Upvote Share Tweet
Back in Silver and BlackJul 24PETER KING: You played your first eight seasons in Oakland. When you left for Green Bay in 2006, did you ever think you’d be back? CHARLES WOODSON: Never. But when I was flying in for my [May free-agent] visit, the plane comes off the water into the Oak…
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