Bengals teammates Dhani Jones and Keith Rivers were cool enough to let us tag along with them as they hit the South Beach scene on Wednesday. First stop was the Paparazzi Pool party at the Fountainebleau Hotel, hosted by Terrell Owens and Chad Ochocinco.
Posts Tagged ‘Keith Rivers’
Bengals LB Keith Rivers (calf) will be out for Sunday’s game against the Browns, but WR Laveranues Coles (chest) and RB Cedric Benson (hip) are expected to play, Jason La Canfora reports, citing league sources.
Posted: Thursday, November 19th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Aaron Kampman, Aaron Ross, Ahmad Bradshaw, Albert Haynseworth, Antonio Bryant, Aqib Talib, Brandon Marshall, Bryant McFadden, C.J. Ah You, Carnell Williams, Cedric Benson, Chansi Stuckey, Chris Long, Clinton Portis, Correll Buckhalter, Darren Sharper, Desmond Clark, Dwight Freeney, Evan Mathis, Haloti Ngata, Jamal Lewis, Jason La Canfora, Jerious Norwoord, Jermichael Finley, Jim Zorn, Jonathan Joseph, Josh Cribbs, Josh Wilson, Justin Smith, Karlos Dansby, Keith Rivers, Kellen Winslow, Kelvin Hayden, Kevin Payne, Kyle Orton, Laveranues Coles, Marcus Trufant, Mark Tauscher, Michael Adams, Michael Turner, Mike Gandy, Mike Williams, Olin Kreutz, Pierre Garcon, Reggie Bush, Roddy White, Sean Payton, Sedrick Ellis, Shaun Rodgers, Stephen Hoyer, Steve Breaston, Takeo Spikes, Todd Heap, Week 11 injuries
Teams have released their Week 11 injury reports through Thursday. Here’s a look at some notable names.
Posted: Thursday, November 12th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Aaron Schobel, Antoine Winfield, Antonio Gates, Bernard Berrian, Brian Finneran, Brian Westbrook, Clinton Portis, DeAngelo Williams, E.J. Henderson, Fabian Washington, Haloti Ngata, Jerious Norwood, Justin Gage, Keith Rivers, LaDainian Tomlinson, Ladell Betts, Marques Colston, Nick Hardwick, Ray Lewis, Roddy White, Sam Baker, Terrell Owens, Week 10 injuries
Teams around the league have released their Thursday injury reports, and here’s a look at some notable names.
Bengals LB Keith Rivers isn’t scheduled to play Sunday against the AFC North rival Steelers, a league source told NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora.
Posted: Monday, November 9th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Akeem Jordan, Al Afalava, Asante Samuel, Atlanta Falcons, Austin Collie, Brian Finneran, Carolina Panthers, Charles Tillman, Chicago Bears, Chris Henry, Cincinnati Bengals, Clinton Portis, Dan Koppen, Detroit Lions, Ellis Hobbs, Ernest Wilford, Evan Mathis, Garrett Wolfe, Glen Coffee, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jason Campbell, Jason Peters, Keith Rivers, Miami Dolphins, Mike Williams, New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles, Quintin Demps, Reed Doughty, Sam Baker, Thomas Davis, Vontae Davis, Washington Redskins, Week 9 injuries
With all of the Week 9 action in the books, here’s a look at some of Sunday’s notable injuries we’re tracking.
Posted: Thursday, August 6th, 2009 | Solomon Wilcots Tags: 2009 Training Camps, Andrew Whitworth, Baltimore Ravens, Bobbie Williams, Carson Palmer, Cedric Benson, Chris Crocker, Cincinnati Bengals, Darryl Blackstock, Hines Ward, Keith Rivers, Mike Zimmer, New Orleans Saints, Paul Alexander, Pittsburgh Steelers, Roy Williams, Solomon Wilcots, Tank Johnson
After being knocked down, bloodied and bruised last season, the Bengals appear ready to get up off the canvas and fight back in 2009.
Steelers WR Hines Ward had some interesting thoughts on the new rule that bears his name. NFL owners established the “Hines Ward Rule” this offseason in order to prevent a blocker from using his helmet, forearm or shoulder to hit a defender from behind or from the side.
The Cincinnati Enquirer‘s Joe Reedy writes that a Week 7 play involving Pittsburgh WR Hines Ward and Bengals LB Keith Rivers is likely to come up this weekend as the NFL owners debate implementing a rule that would eliminate blind-side blocks to a defender’s head.
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said following Sunday’s 38-10 loss to the Steelers that rookie LB Keith Rivers is done for the season after suffering a broken jaw.
Here’s how bleak it has gotten in Cincinnati for rookie first-round pick, LB Keith Rivers. Less than a third of the way into his rookie year, Rivers already has lost as many games in the NFL as he did during his entire career at USC. This season, Rivers’ Bengals are 0-5; during his entire illustrious USC career, Rivers lost five games.