The NFL Network looks at the rebuilt Bengals offense. The biggest remaining questions are how quickly will Andy Dalton and A.J. Green play? And where will Chad Ochocinco and Carson Palmer play next? Click here for the video.
The Bengals ownership might have locked out its players, but some of them are still working. Here’s some video evidence. Hopefully, they’ll still have a reason to be in shape once September arrives.
Most people figure Carson Palmer is worthless now that Andy Dalton is around. I don’t. So here are my five best reasons to not trade Carson Palmer right now: 1. He still gives the Bengals the best chance to win in 2011. 2. There’s uncertainty about the 2012 draft, both in terms of rookie wages […]
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Most people consider seventh-round picks as virtual throwaways, players who are drafted who might soon be off the roster. Occasionally, some magic happens, and a productive player emerges from the edges of Mr. Irrelevant. Maybe Baylor’s running back Jay Finley is that player. Maybe. Bengals running backs coach Jim Anderson has a pretty […]
Up to this point, Bengals owner Mike Brown has taken a hard line against Carson Palmer’s trade request. Brown has been saying that Palmer can play for the Bengals in 2011 or he can retire. There’s no middle ground. NFL.com’s Pat Kirwan thinks the Bengals may want to reconsider, citing Palmer’s trade value because […]
Jenn Brown is in this clip. I think Andy Dalton might be too.
If you enjoy a good bit of torture, ESPN.com’s James Walker has a good recap of Cincinnati’s disastrous history with quarterbacks. Tread lightly Mr. Dalton. A minefield awaits.