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Newsday Apr 17, 2015

Giants' preseason opener will be against Bengals on Aug. 14

And so it begins. Or, at least, we know when it will begin.
Baltimore Sun Apr 16, 2015

Wisconsin tackle Rob Havenstein (Mount Airy) works out for Bengals, Jaguars, Buccaneers, Rams, sources say

Wisconsin All-American offensive tackle Rob Havenstein has had private workouts for the Cincinnati Bengals, Jacksonville Jaguars, St. Louis Rams and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to sources.

Bucs' preseason set: Vikings, Bengals, Browns, Dolphins

The Bucs on Thursday learned their four opponents for the 2015 preseason, opening with a trip to the Vikings, then home to face the Bengals and Browns, then finishing at the Dolphins.
Newark Star-Ledger Apr 9, 2015

Who are the Giants' preseason opponents?

The Giants will face the Bengals, Jaguars, Jets, and Patriots in the preseason.
Dan Labbe / Plain Dealer Apr 2, 2015
Cincinnati Bengals poke fun at Cleveland Browns with 'new logo' on April Fools' Day

Cincinnati Bengals poke fun at Cleveland Browns with 'new logo' on April Fools' Day

The Bengals went after the Browns' new logo on April Fools' Day with a 'new logo' of their own.
Akron Beacon Journal Apr 1, 2015

Bengals make fun of Browns, their updated logo with April Fools' Day gag

The #Bengals will have a fresh new look for 2015: http://t.co/4pGr3MhaeA #LetsRoar #WhoDey pic.twitter.com/N1nuUjPwA7 — Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) April 1, 2015 Remember when the Browns updated their primary logo in late February by using a brighter shade of orange on the helmet and a brown face mask instead of a gray one? Well, the Cincinnati Bengals certainly have not forgotten, and apparently they were amused by the backlash the Browns received from fans who wanted more than just subtle changes to the logo. To commemorate April Fools' Day, the Bengals posted a fake news release...
Baltimore Sun Apr 1, 2015

Free agent tight end Rob Housler to visit Bengals on Thursday, sources say

Veteran free agent tight end Rob Housler is visiting the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday, according to NFL sources.

Lewis sees mutual benefit for Hawk, Bengals

 Photo/ A.J. Hawk joined the Cincinnati Bengals, essentially his hometown team, earlier this month. PHOENIX – Marvin Lewis believes A.J. Hawk will help the Cincinnati Bengals’ defense, but the Bengals veteran head coach also thinks he can help the ex-Green Bay Packers linebacker – even as Hawk prepares for his 10th NFL season.The Packers cut Hawk, their 2006 first-round pick, last month after nine seasons as one of their defensive leaders. Hawk saw his playing time dissipate during the second half of last season, after defensive coordinator Dom Capers moved Clay Matthews inside to...
Columbus Dispatch Mar 20, 2015

Sports report: Devon Still re-signs with Bengals as daughter improves

Defensive tackle Devon Still signed a one-year contract to stay with the Cincinnati Bengals yesterday, a few days after getting encouraging news about his 4-year-old daughter’s fight with cancer.
Denver Post Mar 19, 2015

Devon Still, Cincinnati tackle, decides to play for Bengals

Defensive tackle Devon Still has re-signed with the Cincinnati Bengals after getting good news about his 4-year-old daughter's fight with cancer.

Bengals Player News

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