In the fallout of the Terrell Owens signing, some of the talk has been that Bengals coach Marvin Lewis wasn’t 100 percent behind the move. Solomon Wilcots points to the slow recovery of Antonio Bryant as the impetus behind the move.
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We’re getting the latest on the pending Terrell Owens deal on a number of fronts. First it was the reaction of Bengals coach Marvin Lewis, now a few detatils from Owens’ agent, Drew Rosenhaus.
Some very unique personalities will call the Cincinnati Bengals locker room home this season. Terrell Owens and Chad Ochocinco are two of them.
Even Drew Rosenhaus says it isn’t true, but Chad Ochocinco is grabbing the T.O.-to-Cincinnati rumor and running with it.
Terrell Owens is still without a team, and Marvin Lewis maintains the Bengals, who passed on the receiver earlier in the offseason, still aren’t interested.
The NFL’s annual USO tour is such an important and meaningful event — both for the coaches and players traveling abroad and the soldiers so far from their friends and families on the most American of all holidays. Every year, the NFL-USO tour creates stories that are both inspirational and heartfelt, and this year is no different.
It’s very early, but Bengals WR Matt Jones caught the attention of observers during OTAs this week.
We heard briefly from Adam Jones, as a Cincinnati Bengal, for the first time Tuesday.
Posted: Sunday, March 21st, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: 2010 NFL Annual Meeting, Bill Polian, Brad Childress, Jeff Fisher, John Mara, Marvin Lewis, Ozzie Newsome, Rich McCay, Rick Smith, Stephen Jones, Zygi Wilf
The latest out of the NFL Annual Meeting Sunday is that the Competition Committee has voted the proposal for the overtime rule changes through, according to the Boston Globe.
The Bengals got their guy Wednesday, but is WR Antonio Bryant the answer for their aerial attack?
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis made it clear Friday that he wants improvement in his team’s vertical passing game. Whether or not Laveranues Coles is the part of the solution remains to be seen, but the coach vigorously backed the veteran wide receiver.
With the Bengals now in their offseason, it’s clear coach Marvin Lewis wants safety Roy Williams and defensive tackle Tank Johnson re-signed.
Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer has signed a three-year contract to remain with the team, a source with knowledge of the situation said Tuesday.
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis wants to keep defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer in Cincinnati. That might be easier said than done.