This is the September 24, 2013 news archive. View today's Bengals rumors and news.
When we said that Bengals safety George Iloka would be getting a package from the league, we were technically wr-wr-wr-inaccurate. He’s already gotten it. Per a league source, Iloka was fined $15,000 for the hit applied to the head of Packers tight end …
Share TweetBengals defensive end Margus Hunt is the featured guest for the third week of Beyond the Stripes.Source: cincinnati.comShare TweetBengals running back Giovani Bernard, the first running back taken in the 2013 draft, has plenty of things to be happy about. He has three touchdowns in three games, and he’s playing for a team that looks to be destined to return to the playoffs for the…Share TweetPHILADELPHIA (AP) - Jeremy Maclin would've been a perfect complement to DeSean Jackson in Chip Kelly's offense - if he wasn't hurt.Source: CNNSI.com
Study: No Proof that Football Causes Alzheimer’s or CTEUpdated Sep 24 Share TweetBengals.com today offers readers the following article from concussionpolicyandthelaw.com, an information resource regarding sports concussions and the law.Source: bengals.comShare TweetAmong those heading into Week 4 and the 80th edition of the Battle of Ohio — why Geno Atkins is off to a slow start, the health of the secondary both on and off the field and why James Harrison hasn't been on the field that much over the past two games.Share TweetGreen Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers does not expect any issues to linger between him and coach Mike McCarthy after the two engaged in an animated discussion on the sideline during Sunday's 34-30 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.Source: ESPN.com
Dye signed to PS: With the Bengals trying to get their beleaguered …Updated Sep 24 Share TweetWith the Bengals trying to get their beleaguered secondary set before the practice week starts Wednesday, they signed safety Tony Dye to the practice squad.Source: bengals.comShare TweetThe NFC has won 3 of the past 4 Super Bowls. But in 2013, the AFC has clearly had the upper hand.Source: CNNSI.comShare TweetBengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was accused by police of making offensive comments while drunk during a traffic stop early Monday and was given a disorderly conduct citation.Source: ESPN.comShare TweetA critical stop and a friendly hop propelled the Bengals Sunday. Cincy's big play was all about faith.
Packers hope backfield gets healthy during bye weekUpdated Sep 24 Share TweetThe Packers were down to one running back on Sunday after James Starks injured his knee against the Bengals. Rookie Johnathan Franklin gained 103 yards in his first offensive playing time of the season before losing a fumble that the Bengals turned into…
I Suck at Football 2.3: Time-Travel BeardUpdated Sep 24 Share TweetOn Sunday, the Bengals apparently became the first team in NFL history to turn a 14-point lead into a 16-point deficit and still eke out a win, which ...Source: grantland.com
NFL Nation Buzz: BengalsSep 24ESPN Bengals reporter Coley Harvey talks about Bengals defense and who they could face at QB when they play the Browns.
Pacman Cited For Disorderly ConductSep 24Ed Werder discusses Adam "Pacman" Jones' citation for disorderly conduct following a traffic stop.
Week 3: GMC Never Say Never Moment nomineesSep 24Which players helped lift their teams to memorable victories in Week 3? Find out which players were nominated this week.
Don Banks: Through three weeks, AFC proving to be the more dominant confer…Sep 24At just three weeks, the sample size is admittedly small. And the conclusions and big-picture significance for the NFL season are far from clear as September winds down. But to put it less than gently, has anyone noticed how much NFC butt the AFC is kic…
Cameron Crazy: Why The Revamped Saints are 3-0Sep 24Cameron Jordan (94) and the Saints held Atlanta to 88 rushing yards in the opener; overall New Orleans is fourth in the league in total defense. (Greg Nelson/Sports Illustrated) For two years, since they were selected 11th and 24th in the first round of…