6:05 AM EST, Fri March 06, 2015
Cincy Jungle 22 hours ago

Inside the Jungle - Episode 186 - Grading the Bengals Wide Receivers

This week we announce that we're Podcast Awards finalists and we give our grades for the Bengals WR's in 2014. Direct Download [30.3 mb] | Subscribe on iTunes | Inside the Jungle on Twitter Another Wednesday night is in the books as we recorded another stellar (I might be overstating this) edition of Inside the Jungle. We received some great feedback from fans this week, particularly Bengals questions regarding free agency and our stud receiver AJ Green. If you want to chime in but can't make the live show, or you'd like to have your questions or comments read on the air during this...
Big Blue View Mar 1, 2015

2015 NFL Draft Prospect Profile: Dorial Green-Beckham, WR, Oklahoma

Can the controversial "DGB" be a steal for the Giants? Ah, the curious case of Dorial Green-Beckham. A supremely talented monstrosity of a wide receiver, he's got unnatural skills at the catch point, somewhere between an Alshon Jeffery and A.J. Green hybrid. He'd be a surefire first round and possible top ten selection if it wasn't for some...well...issues. Is he worth a high round pick? Let's find out. First, check out his "spider graph" from the combine: Pros - Monstrous frame reminiscent of Calvin Johnson. Plus athleticism for his size as well. - Long strider with smooth athleticism -...
Cincy Jungle Feb 17, 2015

Ranking A.J. Green's 2015 salary among the top NFL wide receivers

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green is entering his final year under contract, a fifth-year option that will pay him more than $10 million. Where does that rank among the best receivers in the NFL? The Cincinnati Bengals exercised the fifth-year option on A.J. Green's rookie contract last April, turning a four-year deal into five years, per the Collective Bargaining Agreement with first-round draft picks. Green will earn $10.176 million in 2015, which is the transition tag level for wide receivers in 2014. His 2015 salary ranks as the sixth-most among all NFL wide...
Cincy Jungle Feb 17, 2015

A.J. Green topped yards per route run in 2014

In case you needed a reminder A.J. Green was one of the best receivers in football, he led all NFL pass-catchers in one of the more important statistics that often gets overlooked. Though A.J. Green's 2014 season ended on a down note, he still was one of the best receivers in football. The fourth-year receiver out of Georgia may have missed several games with a toe injury and concussion, but when he was on the field, Green was still one of the most feared pass-catchers in the NFL. A big reason why is Green's ability to frequently make a big play when he touches the ball. That was evidenced...