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As broken first by the defendant on his Twitter page, Bengals cornerback Adam Jones (who no longer wants to be called Pacman but whose Twitter handle is @RealPacman24) has been arrested, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer.
The Cincinnati Bengals have been in search for linebacker help and could turn to former Miami Dolphins linebacker Karlos Dansby, who the team released earlier this offseason, according to NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport. While talks with James Harrison/#Bengals have broken
The Bengals and ex-Steelers outside linebacker James Harrison are meeting Thursday, Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer and Mike Garofolo of USA Today reported Thursday. The Steelers released the 35-year-old Harrison in March and have moved on from him,
The Cincinnati Bengals have released defensive back Jason Allen, the team announced. Allen, a former first-round pick by the Miami Dolphins, played in just four games in his only season with the Bengals. Before Cincinnati, Allen spent two seasons
Sports Talk Florida’s David Baumann caught up with Cincinnati Bengals wide-receiver Justin Hilton and tight-end Orson Charles. Hilton and Charles discussed the grind of making an NFL team. Hilton is a practice squad player that’s working on making the
The Bengals and free-agent quarterback Josh Johnson have reached a two-year contract agreement, NFL writer Jenna Laine reported Thursday night. Johnson, 26, has appeared in 27 NFL games, starting five. He will vie for a reserve role behind Andy
According to Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer, the Bengals have brought back linebacker Rey Maualuga. He talked with the Cardinals, who signed linebackers Jasper Brinkley and Lorenzo Alexander, before staying with the team that chose him in the
With a vacancy for a backup quarterback, and apparently for a former Ohio State star, the Bengals have started poking around the free agent market. According to Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer, the Bengals brought quarterback Josh Johnson
According to multiple reports, the Bengals have chosen to use the franchise tag on defensive end Michael Johnson prior to the March 4 deadline, and not right tackle Andre Smith. The tag on Johnson will require a one-year deal