10:17 PM EDT, Sat August 01, 2015
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Bengals Training Camp: Results of the "Re-made" Andrew Whitworth

In an effort to extend his career, Andrew Whitworth changed his diet and workout regimen. Now he looks fitter, if not younger, capping off a whirlwind offseason. Offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth seems reinvigorated, dipping into a fountain of youth and exhibiting renewed energy on the practice field. It's easy to pinpoint Whitworth in a sea of practice jerseys and Bengals helmets; his towering height and identifiable body type are recognizable. However, a dietary regimen and workout schedule eliminated significant weight during the offseason, forcing many fans, most of whom are seeing him...
Cincy Jungle Jul 31, 2015

Andrew Whitworth passes leadership baton to Andy Dalton

Andrew Whitworth has been the Bengals' biggest leader for much of his career in Cincinnati, but he may not be thinking his NFL career is nearing the end, at least a Bengal. Whitworth is set to become a free agent next year at the age of 34, and the Bengals just drafted two offensive tackles with their first two picks in the 2015 NFL Draft. That's made it very possible 2015 will be his final year in Cincinnati, which is probably a big reason why he wants quarterback Andy Dalton to assume his leadership role this year: Nugget from Marvin Lewis' news conference that most stuck out? Coach says...
Cincy Jungle Jul 27, 2015

Andrew Whitworth among Madden NFL 16's top linemen

Some rightfully-deserved praise for Andrew Whitworth. Bengals left tackle Andrew Whitworth is one of the NFL's best lineman, and the minds behind Madden NFL thankfully recognize that. The popular video game franchise is set to release Madden NFL 16 soon, and they're revealing the player ratings of the game's best players at each position. For their best offensive lineman, Whitworth came in as the No. 5 overall offensive lineman, just ahead of Browns tackle Joe Thomas and free agent guard Evan Mathis. Per the EASports website: Whitworth will be challenged by talented rookies Cedric...
Cincy Jungle Jul 2, 2015

Bengals salary cap breakdown: Offensive Tackle

The Bengals could go from ranking fourth in total salary spent on tackles in 2015 to 30th in 2016 if Andre Smith and Andrew Whitworth aren't re-signed. It comes as no surprise the Bengals' offensive tackle group is one of the team's highest-paid position groups in 2015. That should be the case when the tackles are what anchor one of the best offensive lines in football. Led by stalwart left tackle Andrew Whitworth, Cincinnati should once again have one of the NFL's best lines in 2015. Whitworth's $6.2 million salary is a bargain considering he's been one of the best linemen in...

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