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In his Daily Read, Joe Reedy points out that the 14 yards on 9 carries by BenJarvus Green-Ellis were the least in a regular-season game by a starting Bengals back since Cedric Benson had 8 carries for 19 yards in a Week 14 loss at Pittsburgh in 2010.Share Tweet
A former Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader pleaded guilty Monday to having sex with her 17-year-old former student while she was a teacher at a northern Kentucky high school, a move that will allow her to avoid jail time.Share Tweet
Playing well in Cincinnati, Vontaze Burfict thankful for Marvin Lewisprofootballtalk.com Oct 8, 2012Vontaze Burfict has turned out to be one of the pleasant surprises of this NFL season, an undrafted rookie who was widely regarded as a head case coming out of college but has now become a productive starter for the Bengals. And Burfict says Bengals hea…Share Tweet
Notes: Lewis hints no add at RB; Tough year ends for Scott; Lewis defends decisionbengals.com Oct 8, 2012Cedric Peerman Updated: 6:15 p.m. With running back Bernard Scott now on season-ending injured reserve, the Bengals indicated they're prepared to go into Sunday's game in Cleveland (1 p.m.-Cincinna...Share TweetDontay Moch The Bengals put running back Bernard Scott on season-ending injured reserve Monday with what is believed to a torn ACL and replaced him on the roster with defensive end/SAM backer Donta...Share Tweet
Defensive stand not enoughbengals.com Oct 8, 2012Michael Johnson The Bengals postgame locker room steamed with the frustration of leaving too many men on base and hissed with the anger of wasting a well-pitched game from its fast improving defens...Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Oct 8, 2012The Bengals not only lost their second game of the year on Sunday. They also may have lost their No. 2 running back for the season. PFT has confirmed that the Bengals fear running back Bernard Scott has suffered a torn ACL. Per Zac Jackson of FOXSports…Share Tweet