Cincinnati Bengals

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  1. Andy Dalton anticipating overhaul of Bengals offense
    The Cincinnati Bengals open offseason next week. Bengals signal-caller Andy Dalton is anticipating a big offensive overhaul this offseason under offensive coordinator Bill Lazor.
  2. Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict suspended for four games
    The NFL confirmed Thursday that Vontaze Burfict has been suspended without pay for the first four games of the 2018 regular season for violating the NFL policy on performance-enhancing substances.
  3. Marvin Lewis: John Ross 'was not a miss' by Bengals
    Instead of barnstorming the NFL Cincinnati Bengals wideout John Ross operated as a ghost during an injury-plagued, disappointing rookie campaign. Marvin Lewis believes the team didn't miss on him.
  4. AJ McCarron wins grievance, will be free agent in March
    AJ McCarron is heading toward employment freedom. McCarron has won his grievance against his current team, the Cincinnati Bengals, and will become a free agent with the new league year in March.
  5. Bengals owner defends Lewis pact: 'We're not far off'
    Bengals owner Mike Brown insists that, after a second consecutive playoff-less season, Cincinnati's best chance to reach the postseason in 2018 and 2019 comes with Marvin Lewis at the helm.
  6. Bengals fans pledge over $5K to Blake Bortles' charity
    In the wake of Jacksonville's 45-42 playoff win over Pittsburgh, Bengals fans have come out of the woodwork to thank the Jaguars quarterback by donating to the Blake Bortles Foundation.
  7. Bengals hire Teryl Austin as defensive coordinator
    The Cincinnati Bengals hired former Detroit Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin as their new DC on Monday. He replaces Paul Guenther on Marvin Lewis' coaching staff.
  8. Marvin Lewis wants Andy Dalton to push Bengals
    Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis says he wants Andy Dalton to raise his game next season in an effort to help other players on the team become better.
  9. Bengals sign interim OC Bill Lazor to two-year contract
    A day after signing coach Marvin Lewis to a two-year deal, the Bengals inked offensive coordinator Bill Lazor to a new contract, the team announced Wednesday.
  10. Marvin Lewis stays with Bengals on two-year contract
    Marvin Lewis is returning for another season. The Bengals announced that they signed the head coach to a two-year contract running through the 2019 season.
  11. Marvin Lewis wants to coach Cincinnati Bengals in 2018
    Marvin Lewis capped off a week of rumors regarding his future with a comeback victory over his former team, but offered no definitive word on whether he will be coaching next season.
  12. Who's safe? Who's out? AFC coaches on hot seat
    Is Mike Mularkey in trouble even if Tennessee makes the postseason? Will Jimmy Haslem keep his word and keep Hue Jackson in Cleveland? Ian Rapoport looks at AFC coaching staffs in flux.
  13. Bucs are preferred destination in a Jon Gruden return
    Every year rumors circulate about Jon Gruden possibly returning to coaching. Sources close to Gruden have told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport that this year may actually be different.
  14. Bengals place Adam Jones (groin) on injured reserve
    Cincinnati's remote playoff chances just became a little less likely. The Bengals placed veteran cornerback Adam Jones (groin) on injured reserve on Saturday, the team announced.
  15. JuJu Smith-Schuster, George Iloka suspended 1 game
    Pittsburgh Steelers WR JuJu Smith-Schuster was suspended for his violent hit on Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict on Monday night. George Iloka was also suspended one game for his hit on Antonio Brown.