This is the September 27, 2013 news archive. View today's Bengals rumors and news.
Bengals-Browns PreviewGo inside the Bengals-Browns matchup with a look at some key facts and figures for Sunday's game, including broadcast information, injury news, game notes, coaching history, weather information, and a look inside the numbers.Share TweetCornerback Leon Hall and safety Reggie Nelson both missed practice for the third consecutive day nursing hamstring injuries.Share Tweet
Big brother is watchingBefore Giovani Bernard, he of the emerging Bennie and The Jet backfield, there was Yvenson Bernard.Share Tweet
Vontaze Burfict fined $31,000 for actions against PackersBengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict shows up twice on this week’s list of fines confirmed by the NFL. Burfict has been fined a total of $31,000 for two infractions against the Packers in Cincinnati’s 34-30 victory. He was fined $21,000 for a hit to the h…Share TweetCINCINNATI -- Chris Crocker had barely been in the Cincinnati Bengals' locker room a month, and already he was barking orders at his new teammates as if he had been in the building his entire career. The year was 2008, and Cincinnati was going through a…Share TweetCornerback Leon Hall and safety Reggie Nelson both missed practice for the third consecutive day nursing hamstring injuries. They both occurred on the same play last week against Green Bay, when Terence Newman returned a fumble for a touchdown.Share Tweet
Bengals Walkthrough: Containing Cameron Editioncincinnati.com Sep 27, 2013No secret surrounding stopping the Browns means stopping tight end Jordan Cameron. He's quickly become a favorite of head coach Rob Chudzinski and quarterback Brian Hoyer.Share Tweet
Adam “Pacman” Jones pays fine for disorderly conductAdam “Pacman” Jones, the oft-arrested Bengals cornerback, has paid a fine to resolve his latest arrest. According to the Associated Press, Jones paid $130 for the fine and court costs. He was arrested for disorderly conduct for an altercation with the p…Share Tweet
Bengals' Marvin Lewis seeks consistencyAlthough his team has jumped out to a 2-1 start and seems poised to keep its winning ways moving forward, Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis is looking for more. Then again, what head football coach isn't three games into the start of a new season? W…Share Tweet
Dreams become reality for La Salle grad Schaffercincinnati.com Sep 27, 2013Sept. 16, 2013, was a day J.K. Schaffer will never forget.Share TweetIt feels like it was only yesterday that Wisconsin tackle Joe Thomas opted for fishing with his father over attending the 2007 NFL draft. That day, the Browns reeled in the 312-pounder — and never looked back. Thomas makes his 100th career start on Sund…Share TweetA look at what's happening on the Cleveland Browns beat: Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green is the most talented player in the AFC North and he's won his recent matchups with Joe Haden. But the Browns cornerback said he isn't worried about covering Green …Share Tweet
Another Matchup of the Game: Blitz from the pastCall it third generation West Coast offense vs. third generation Zone Blitz defense.Share Tweetnytimes.com Sep 27, 2013Arizona has a veteran quarterback, Carson Palmer, to get the ball to wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald. Tampa Bay has a revamped secondary that should hamper the Cardinals’ passing attack.Share Tweet
Music City Makeover, or Music City Mirage?Sep 27A year after posting a 74.0 QB rating, Jake Locker is passing at a 89.8 clip so far this season. (Wesley Hitt/Getty Images) Feeling pretty good about Tennessee quarterback Jake Locker’s development? You should. Among the quarterbacks drafted to pilot fr…
Chadiha: Have 49ers found themselves?Sep 27Against the Rams, the 49ers remembered what made them a contender in the first place, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
Bill Simmons offers praise for Rush and makes Week 4 picksSep 27The Sports Guy reflects on the lost power of sports movies with Ron Howard's latest, then makes Week 4 picks.