Posts Tagged ‘Marvin Lewis’

Marvin Lewis says A.J. Green is most talented receiver he’s coached

Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis said A.J. Green is the most talented receiver he’s seen.

Unexpected (and expected): This one’s for Chuck

The NFC North is a two-team race, just as we all figured. What we didn’t figure was it would be the Chicago Bears (well, we kinda figured them) and the Minnesota Vikings (nobody saw it coming). The Bears and Vikings won in a pair of laughers, but the Packers?

Lewis: Offseason will benefit young Bengals QB Dalton

For Bengals coach Marvin Lewis, one year removed from an NFL lockout that froze offseason activities, there’s nothing more valuable than a little face time with his young QB, Andy Dalton.

The Coaches Show: Super Bowl XLVI preview

Want to know how a coach prepares his team for the Super Bowl? Listen in to “The Coaches Podcast” where Brian Billick and Marvin Lewis have the inside scoop on the Giants and Patriots from Indianapolis, and share their own personal Super Bowl experiences. Hear why the coaches think the Giants’ defensive line will be able to rattle Tom Brady and whether Rob Gronkowski‘s high ankle sprain will be a big factor in the Patriots’ game plan for Super Bowl XLVI. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.  

Injury roundup: Rams lose Bradford, Jackson

With Week 1 nearly in the books, here’s a look at the notable injuries from Sunday’s games.

Cover Two Podcast: May the lockout rest in peace

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.

Three and out: Brown won’t deal Palmer

Bengals owner MIke Brown won’t trade Carson Palmer, leaving the value of several of the team’s top fantasy wideouts in a state of decline.

First and 10: Let’s go shopping for WRs

How’d you like to see Vincent Jackson catching passes for your team? Maybe Sidney Rice? In Thursday’s edition of Instant Debate, NFL.com’s experts look at the top potential free agent wide receivers that will be on the market when the lockout is lifted.

Three and out: Little has fantasy sleeper appeal

Fantasy owners should remember the name Greg Little on draft day — the Browns rookie wideout could become a very nice sleeper in 2011.

First and 10: Star Wars casting, healthy food tips

Here’s your chance to catch up and see what the NFL world is talking about. Check out these stories and videos from Wednesday night that you might have missed:

Ten quotes that could help fantasy owners

Based on the current state of things around the NFL, it’s tough to find any news that has major fantasy significance (sigh). So when several coaches and other organizational leaders discussed the state of their teams during the annual Owners Meetings, you can only imagine how quickly I jumped on the information.

Ryan: The man who cried Ruth

Blame it on the “supermoon,” but Marvin Lewis is right. Things have gotten weird. How else to explain Jets’ coach Rex Ryan comparing himself to The Babe while throwing in some Roosevelt edict for good measure?

Big crowd expected for Newton, Fairley workouts

They still talk about Miami’s pro day in 2004 when an estimated 125 NFL coaches, GMs and scouts showed up to see one of the best draft classes a school has ever assembled — six prospects who went on to get selected among the top 19 picks. It might get topped here today when Auburn holds its pro day.

Jordan Palmer left to buoy Bengals

t’s pretty clear that despite being under contract, Carson Palmer is serious about bailing on the Bengals when he not so subtly stated that “he will never set foot in Paul Brown Stadium again.”

A look back at Day 2

And now for a few thoughts, observations and highlights as we wrap up Day 2 of the NFL Scouting Combine.

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