This is the March 14, 2013 news archive. View today's Bengals rumors and news.
Share TweetThe Bengals on Thursday hosted wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr., and quarterback Josh Johnson at Paul Brown Stadium for free-agent visits.Source: bengals.com
Dre says he'll start: 'That's my goal'Updated Mar 14 Share TweetHe played just five games and 43 snaps last season as a rookie last season and he's rehabbing his knee again, but Dre Kirpatrick is confident he'll start at cornerback for the Bengals this season. ...Source: bengals.com
A look at Bengals' salaries vs. capUpdated Mar 14 Share TweetThrough two days of free agency, here is a look at how the Bengals are shaping up in relation to the salary cap for this season. Keep in mind that only the Top 51 salaries count toward the cap.Source: cincinnati.comShare TweetThe Patriots will recoup $2.5 million in bonus money given to former defensive lineman Jonathan Fanene, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported Thursday. Fanene, who signed with the Patriots last March after seven seasons with the Bengals, was released in …
Free Agency Around The AFCN [UPDATE]Updated Mar 14 Share TweetFor the fans of teams like the Seahawks and the Broncos, the start of free agency has been a double-scoop of football goodness. For us Bengals fans, however, it has been about as appetizing as a rice cake with a side of celery. Healthy, disciplined, and…Source: whodeyfans.comShare TweetNnamdi Asomugha isn’t the only player visiting the 49ers on Thursday. The other player headed to San Francisco doesn’t have quite as big a profile, however. Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com reports that Bengals linebacker Dan Skuta is also meeting wShare TweetBengals free agent cornerback Terence Newman will visit Oakland on Thursday, Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com reported Thursday morning. Newman will be 35 in September, and it’s unlikely he would be a long-term fit in Oakland. That said, Newman played wel
Wake-up: Bengals looking to re-sign SmithUpdated Mar 14 Share TweetHere's a recap of the first two days of free agency in the AFC North: the Browns signed players, the Ravens lost starters, the Bengals focused on re-signing their own players and the Steelers created more salary-cap space. If you want more details about…Source: ESPN.com
Don Banks: No Peyton this time, but quarterback market is cranking to lifeMar 14Compared to last year's headline-fest in both the first round of the draft and free agency (see Peyton-palooza), it has been a relatively sleepy NFL offseason for quarterback movement. Especially since ex-49ers starter Alex Smith found his new work addr…