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Bengals will open training camp in Dayton

The NFL Network will air live coverage of the practice from Dayton. The Cincinnati Bengals have announced they’ll open training camp in Dayton on July 27 at Welcome Stadium. The team will announce its full training camp schedule on Tuesday. To celebrate the NFL’s 100th season, the NFL is honoring Dayton as one of its 13 Original Towns by partnering with the Bengals to host their first training camp practice of 2019 in Dayton. The first-ever NFL game was played in Dayton in 1920,...

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PatrickJudis

Bengals News (6/17): Zac Taylor brings a noticeable energy

The Bengals players find it hard not to talk about how Zac Taylor just brings a new sense of optimism for this team.

A New DEY: Behind-the-Scenes at Media Day
Media Day included photo and video stations for team promotion and national television, in-game elements to be used on the Paul Brown Stadium video boards and content for the Bengals.com, the Bengals app and social media.

A.J. Green thinks Bengals have good chance to make playoffs if this one thing happens
The Bengals won six games last...

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Top 5 reasons Germaine Pratt is a great fit for the Bengals

We look at 5 reasons Germaine Pratt was a great pick by the Bengals For a while now, the Bengals have had a big problem at the linebacker position and have largely lacked athleticism at the position. They attempted to address it in this draft with a third-round selection (which they’ve totally never done before) in linebacker Germaine Pratt. Pratt had a solid college career and tested well at the Combine, and well eventually one of these third-round linebackers has to work out, right?...

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The tradition of Bengals’ veterans helping rookies continues through Carlos Dunlap

Carlos Dunlap sees the value in helping get the rookies ahead of the curve. Being an NFL veteran is complicated. There will almost undoubtedly be a time where your replacement is on the roster developing behind you. This is a unique situation where most people with day jobs just couldn’t understand the complexity of that scenario. As fans, it is easy for us to say that players should just help these young players develop because it is the right thing to do. But how would you feel if your...

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A.J. Green thinks Bengals have good chance to make playoffs if this one thing happens

Cincy was plagued by injuries last season and finished with six wins

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A.J. Green on Bengals making playoffs: I think so

Bengals running back Joe Mixon said recently that the team’s success is going to shock a lot of people this season. One person who won’t be shocked is his teammate A.J. Green. Green has talked often this offseason about the new feel and new energy around the team since Zac Taylor became the head coach [more]

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A.J. Green says Bengals will return to the playoffs in 2019

The Bengals wide receiver believes the hype is valid this year. A.J. Green was just one Bengals’ player among many to land on season-ending Injured Reserve. When everyone is healthy, the Bengals’ offense is potent. Last year, however, the Bengals’ offense floundered after losing Green, Tyler Eifert, Andy Dalton, Cordy Glenn, Tyler Kroft, Preston Brown, Nick Vigil, and others. If everyone can stay healthy, Green believes this offense can be as dangerous as any other in the league. “If...

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Joe Mixon: “Definitely great things ahead of us”

The third-year running back’s optimism is infectious. Bengals running back Joe Mixon isn’t holding back when talking about the future. He’s confident in this roster, in this coach and believes that they’ll be able to do great things in 2019. Mixon, who was left off the Pro Bowl and All-Pro rosters last season after totaling the most rushing yards in the AFC, told WLWT’s Mark Slaughter that there are great things ahead for the team. Mixon also said that his goal coming into the...

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Jake Dolegala takes advantage of a rare opportunity

The Bengals’ undrafted rookie quarterback is turned heads in practice after getting some snaps on Andy Dalton’s day off. The Bengals signed Central Connecticut State quarterback Jake Dolegala after he went undrafted this year, and he has all the chips stacked against him. As a quarterback from a small school who was undrafted and going to a team with an established starter, Dolegala has an uphill battle ahead of him this offseason. This means he has to take advantage of every opportunity...

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John Ross: Bengals’ energy is completely different this year

Through two NFL seasons, Bengals wide receiver John Ross has been a big disappointment, catching a total of just 21 passes in the two years since he was the ninth overall pick in the draft. But this year, Ross says, things feel different. Ross credited new Bengals head coach Zac Taylor with bringing a type [more]

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Bengals defenders give rave reviews for defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo

The jokes about no one wanting to coach the Bengals defense may not age well if the Bengals’ defense plays like how it has been during minicamp. We all can remember when Bengals fans and the national media were taking stabs at new Zac Taylor and his inability to land a defensive coordinator. It was pretty well documented that current Taylor’s eventual hire, Lou Anarumo, wasn’t at the top of Taylor’s list. There was reported interest in coaches like Jack Del Rio and university of...

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Bengals News (6/14): School’s out

Minicamp is over and summer is here. Here’s how Zac Taylor sent his roster off until training camp.

Camp Zac Sets Tone For Camp Bengals
If Bengals head coach Zac Taylor came into his first offseason looking to wipe the orange-and-black slate clean and energize his base (i.e. the locker room), consider it done.

Quick Hits: Green Sees A Postseason Run If Health Holds
The Bengals broke for summer vacation after Thursday’s final workout of the mandatory minicamp on the turf in windblown Paul...

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Bengals enjoying atmosphere, energy under Zac Taylor

Cincinnati's first-year coach is keeping things light in minicamp, using playful competitions to engage players and teach his offense.

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Zac Taylor keeps practice competitive by keeping score

Zac Taylor is doing something unique in practice.

The Cincinnati Bengals got a makeover this offseason. Their coaching staff almost underwent a complete overhaul. So far, it seems like this change will good for the Queen City’s beloved team.

After three-straight losing season, rookie head coach Zac Taylor, who has already been disrespected by national media, is taking his first job as a head coach seriously. That being said, Taylor’s brought some of the tactics he learned from the...

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Anthony Cosenza

Live Bengals Q&A (6/13): Submit your questions!

The Cincinnati Bengals have opened mandatory minicamp and there are many sights and sounds to take in. Send us your questions to be answered by John Sheeran and Anthony Cosenza in this live session!

The Cincinnati Bengals have opened up their mandatory minicamp and more interesting news has surfaced. Vaunted stars are returning to the lineup, while other high-profile players are sitting out with injuries. The team even recently added a veteran to help on the offensive line.

John Sheeran and...

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Anthony Cosenza

Should we expect more, less or the same production from A.J. Green in 2019?

The Bengals’ star receiver is back at practice, but a new system, his entrance into his 30s and his early exit from two of the past three seasons bring all sorts of questions about this year’s outlook.

The Cincinnati Bengals have kicked off mandatory minicamps for 2019, and while there are a bunch of new faces on this year’s squad, the return of some old faithfuls have been a sight for sore eyes.

One of those needed returns came in the form of A.J. Green, who did on-field route work...

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Bengals News (6/13): John Ross talks about how freeing this offense has been

John Ross is heading into his third season, and he is prepared to make it his best one yet.

Revived Defense A Must See In Mandatories
Before the Bengals took the field Wednesday for their second practice of mandatory minicamp, cornerback William Jackson III joined the rest of his mates and talked up new defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo. Then he made an offer.

2019 Bengals Minicamp Day 2 Photos
Check out some of the top images from day two of the Bengals mandatory minicamp from Paul Brown...

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John Sheeran

Marvin Lewis talks about his new job and current non-relationship with Bengals

Herm Edwards has a new coach on his staff at Arizona State in Marvin Lewis, and he’s not interested in his former employer.

One of the last decisions Marvin Lewis ever made as head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals was hiring friend and former colleague Hue Jackson as his “special assistant”. In the weeks that Jackson was with the team, we never really got a clear explanation of Jackson’s role.

Perhaps it was similar to what Lewis’ new job is at Arizona State.

“[giggles] It’s...

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John Sheeran

Zac Taylor’s brother explains why he didn’t leave the Eagles for the Bengals

Zac and Press Taylor dream of coaching together, but 2019 wasn’t going to be the year that dream came true.

Before Brian Callahan was unofficially announced by Jon Gruden as the Zac Taylor’s hire as offensive coordinator for the Bengals, Zac’s brother Press was the commonly rumored candidate to take the job.

Like Callahan, and Zac as well, Press was a quarterbacks coach for the 2018 season and had no better connection to the Bengals’ newest head coach. Press has been with the...

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Anthony Cosenza

The Orange and Black Insider Bengals podcast: 6/12 livestream

On this week’s episode, John and Anthony look at the opening of mandatory minicamp, the offensive line shuffle, A.J. Green’s return to on-field work and more!

OTAs have concluded and the Cincinnati Bengals have ramped things up in the form of mandatory minicamp this week. The first few days have been filled with both excitement and eye-rolls for various reasons.

The offensive line continues to get a shake-up, in terms of look, though it’s not fully by choice. First round pick Jonah...

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