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39 min ago | Cincy Jungle
Initial Thoughts: Hampton is a talented player, but after watching the tape I can see why teams passed on him.
4 hrs ago | StripeHype
Jul 26, 2014; Cincinnati, OH, USA; The Cincinnati Bengals during training camp at Paul Brown Stadium.
8 hrs ago | Rock Hill Herald
Wharton, 33, will announce his retirement Tuesday afternoon during a news conference at Wofford, ending his career where it began 10 years ago after the Panthers drafted the former South Carolina standout in the third round of the 2004 draft.
13 hrs ago | Cincy Jungle
Before training camp practice today, Carlos Dunlap was asked about the desire to become a Pro Bowl player this season.
The schedule includes three national prime-time games for the third straight year.
One of Tampa Bay's top priorities this offseason is improving one of the NFL's weakest pass rushes, an effort the Buccaneers launched with the signing of Michael Johnson in free agency.
Walkthrough 7.28: On Devon Still's fight and helping out Walkthrough reflects more on the honest and introspective thoughts of Devon Still and how he's fighting pediatric cancer.
As the Bengals continue negotiations to sign Andy Dalton and Vontaze Burfict to long-term deals, they may have just made their biggest signing of the offseason...from a food standpoint.
The year as a whole may go down as a year to forget for Atkins after he tore his ACL, but he's still regarded as one of the best defensive lineman in football.
Bengals DT Devon Still's daughter fights for life Lineman contemplated quitting football to be with daughter.
The Bengals won't be holding their annual Oklahoma Drill today. It's believed the wet weather was the determining factor, as it causes the field to be looser, making it easier for players to loose their balance and suffer an injury.
There will be a retirement news conference Tuesday at Wofford College, where the Panthers are training.
The Cincinnati Bengals didn't draft an offensive tackle in this year's NFL Draft, but they did get one they were interested in as an undrafted free agent in the form of West Virginia's Curtis Feigt: The 6-6, 307 pound Feigt was an Honorable All-Big 12 Mention this past season.
As a rookie 3rd round pick last season, many hoped he would step into a starting role at safety alongside Reggie Nelson.Unfortunately, most of his action came during special teams where he recorded 12 tackles in 16 games played, none of which were starts.
Jeff Ratcliffe of Rotoworld broke down all of the new defensive coordinator hires, and here's what he offered up on Guenther: The Bengals defense shouldn't change too much in 2014.
Day 3 of Bengals training camp is here. Today promises to be the most physical thus far with the shoulder pads coming on.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 06:35 pm
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