Bengals placed the franchise tag on WR A.J. Green.
This was expected with the sides nowhere close in long-term talks. Green figures to sit out most of the offseason without a new deal. He doesn't have the leverage to hold out after missing all of 2019, so this shouldn't impact Green's training camp status.
Bengals Sign CB Trae Waynes Bengals agreed to sign cornerback Trae Waynes to a three-year, $42 million dollar deal with the 27-year-old set to make $20 million in the first year. Bengals Sign DT D.J. Reader Bengals will sign nose tackle D.J. Reader to a four-year, $53 million pact that makes the 25-year-old the highest-paid nose tackle in the NFL.
Bengals signed S Vonn Bell, formerly of the Saints, to a three-year, $18 million contract.
Bell, one of the league's best safeties in the box and against the run, will replace SS Shawn Williams across from Jessie Bates. The 25-year-old addition totaled 178 tackles across 29 appearances for New Orleans in the last two seasons.
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Bengals CB Trae Waynes could be out for up to two months after suffering a pectoral injury....
simpaticno. gde se ovaj povredio.
Lawrence Guy: "I've been on teams where we lost, and then we've given up. But when you saw us lose last year, you didn't see a whole bunch of people giving up. We saw a whole bunch of men go out there and play."
pricalo se tako i za Mahoumsa, kao kad ostane samo on a Brejdi ode pa evo i dalje smo neporazeni. meni je drago za sve te momke (pogotovo Mahoumsa) ali to ne znaci ne moze neko drugi da uspije ipak je ovo timski sport, i to najveci timski sport
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver John Ross opened up Friday about his role and uncertain future. Ross, who has not played in three of the team's past four games as his role has diminished, rebuffed a report that suggested a team source wasn't sure if the speedy receiver still liked football. "Trade me if this (is) how y'all feel," the Bengals' 2017 first-round pick wrote on Twitter on Friday. "I'm healthy and eager to play. I know I can be productive. It's hard to love something when your (sic) not actually participating in it."