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Newly Signed Jacob Bell Abruptly Retires from NFL
May 9th, 2012 at 7:50 AM
***PHOTO1***Jacob Bell hadn't even had time to have his mail forwarded. The newly signed free agent guard only spent 32 days under contract with the Cincinnati Bengals before deciding to call it a career on Tuesday. Bell, a Miami University graduate, was signed during free agency after eight seasons as a...

Jordan Shipley Cleared to Resume Playing
May 7th, 2012 at 3:29 PM
***PHOTO1*** Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Jordan Shipley reported via his Twitter account that he has been "released to participate in full activitiy without restriction." Shipley had gone to Pensacola, FL today to be checked out by his surgeon. The news comes almost eight months after Shipley went down in Denver with a...

Cincinnati Bengals Tight Ends are Strongest Unit on the Offense
May 6th, 2012 at 4:16 PM
***PHOTO1***  The Cincinnati Bengals may have some players trying to prove their worth on other parts of the offense, but their collection of tight ends is one of the best in the NFL. Bengal tight ends were on the receiving end of 75 passes last season and accounted for a third...

Bracing for a Battle in the Cincinnati Bengals Backfield
May 4th, 2012 at 3:34 PM
Cincinnati Bengals' offensive coordinator Jay Gruden alluded to a desire to have a "running back by committee" system. With the number of viable choices now in his backfield, his committee could be listed as a separate department within the organization. After drafting Ohio State's Daniel Herron with their final pick last week,...

Cincinnati Bengals Welcome Stability at Quarterback
May 2nd, 2012 at 12:45 PM
***PHOTO1*** The Cincinnati Bengals will be one of only 18 NFL teams who return the quarterback who took the majority of snaps for them during 2011. That kind of stability is welcome to any team, especially one who a year ago was facing tremendous uncertainty at the position. Travel back to one...