3:56 AM EDT, Fri July 03, 2015
Cincy Jungle 17 hours ago

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...
Cincy Jungle Jun 28, 2015

77 days until Bengals' regular-season opener

There's no debating who the best Bengal to wear the No. 77 is. The greatest Bengal to ever don the No. 77 thankfully still plays for Cincinnati. Since being drafted out of LSU in the 2006 draft, Andrew Whitworth slowly rose to become one of the game's best offensive lineman. He's also done it at the all-important left tackle position. He may not get the recognition he deserves around the league, but anyone who claims to be a Bengals fan knows just how important Whitworth has been to the franchise. Here's a look at all of the Bengals who've worn the No. 77 jersey: Bob...
Cincy Jungle Jun 13, 2015

Bengals Bites: Flag Day

Many regard Andrew Whitworth as a football veteran, and he also honors the true veterans of our military. Sunday is Flag Day, and for Andrew Whitworth, it has a special meaning. He shared the powerful story of Doc Deal, a great friend who lost his life serving in the military. "That flag represents him to me," Whit said. "All the soldiers that fight for our freedom. To me, that’s what the flag is about. That’s what it represents." The Bengals also gave two other military vets and friends of Whit some royal treatment, which included suites for Cincinnati's Monday Night Football game...
Cincy Jungle Jun 5, 2015

Andrew Whitworth becoming one of NFL's best tackles late in his career

Some things get better with age. Count Andrew Whitworth among them. Bleacher Report's Matt Miller is in the middle of his NFL 100 series, which ranks every starter from worst to best at every position. Coming in as his No. 3 left tackle was Cincinnati's own Andrew Whitworth. Whitworth was not only one of the NFL's best lineman, but one of the most dominant players at any position. In pass protection, Whit gave up nine hurries, one QB hit and no sacks in 17 games (including the playoffs) in 2015. He's always been a great pass-blocker, but it's Whitworth's run-blocking that's improved...

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