Arian Foster joked on Twitter about his injured hamstring, but it may not be a laughing matter to many fantasy owners.
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Cedric Benson will spend a few days behind bars during the season which could make his tenuous fantasy value even shakier.
The Bengals are engaged in negotiations with CB Leon Hall and OT Andrew Whitworth on contract extensions, according to league sources.
Posted: Friday, August 5th, 2011 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Three and out, Andy Dalton, Braylon Edwards, Cincinnati Bengals, Darren McFadden, Kenny Britt, Mark Ingram, Michael Crabtree, New Orleans Saints, Oakland Raiders, San Francisco 49ers, Tennessee Titans
The New Orleans Saints plan to use rookie Mark Ingram prominently this season, making him an interesting option for fantasy owners in 2011.
Former Titans TE Bo Scaife has visits scheduled with the St. Louis Rams and Cincinnati Bengals, according to league source.
Cedric Benson re-signed with the Bengals on a one-year deal, according to a league source. The short-term deal isn’t surprising, given the running back’s recent legal issues.
It didn’t take long for Nate Clements to find a new NFL home. Clements, officially released by the 49ers on Saturday, agreed to terms with the Bengals later in the day, according to a league source.
I continue to hear a lot of rumblings about the Bengals and unrestricted free agent Cedric Benson, who is still on the list of free agent running backs on the white board in my man cave at NFL Network.
According to a league source, FB Brian Leonard has agreed to a two-year deal to stay in Cincinnati.
The Texans have agreed to terms with CB Johnathan Joseph, according to a league source.
Chad Ochocinco‘s entertaining Bengals career has come to an end, with the news that the veteran receiver has been traded to the Patriots.
Now with the Patriots, the value of Chad Ochocinco Is destined to rise. Just don’t expect him to re-emerge into an elite fantasy wideout.
Bucky Brooks and Steve Wyche cross their fingers this is the final podcast during the lockout and give it a proper sendoff, N’awlins style. Also, they cover free agency, the Bengals’ offense and more.
Cincinnati Bengals LB Dhani Jones poses during a portrait session at the NFL Network Studio on Tuesday.
Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth, the team’s representative to the players trade association, said he foresees an agreement between owners and players being reached within the next month and that football will continue on schedule.