• Quick hits: Cook back to work; Whitworth chides 'cowards'

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Nov 28, 2012
    The Bengals won’t be wearing pads at Wednesday's practice, just shells, but center Kyle Cook is pumped up about his first official practice since late August. Cook has been on the injured reserve-r...
    Source: bengals.com
    • Whitworth Says Raiders Players Who Hit Him and Poked His Face are “Cowards”

      Bengals offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth says the Raiders who hit him and poked his face during an on-field skirmish are “cowards” who should be heavily fined by the NFL. Whitworth and Raiders linemen Lamarr Houston and Tommy Kelly were ejected durin
    • Whitworth still miffed at Raiders

      A fairly boring game between the Raiders and Bengals got a lot more interesting when Oakland defensive lineman Lamarr Houston applied a hard hit to Cincy quarterback Andy Dalton after a false start, sparking a full-blown brouhaha. Three days later, the …
  • With center Cook back at practice, there is return to normalcy for Cowboys offensive line

    IRVING - In recent weeks, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has operated behind an offensive line that was re-worked because of a knee injury that forced center Ryan Cook to miss two consecutive games. With Cook sidelined, Mackenzy Bernadeau slid over from

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