New York Daily News "Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still, whose relationship with his cancer-stricken daughter has been the NFL feel-good story of the season, has not paid child support for four months, according to the sick girl’s mother. Channing Smythe, the mother of 4-year-old Leah Still, said she..." November 26
Cincy Jungle "The Cincinnati Bengals have made official what everyone already knew: Offensive tackle Andre Smith suffered a torn triceps muscle during Sunday's game against the Houston Texans, and he's been placed on Injured Reserve. Smith had started in 45 of a possible 48 games at right tackle over the..." November 25
Fox Sports "Over $1.25 million has been raised for pediatric cancer research at Cincinnati Children's Hospital as a result of fans' desire to show support for Devon Still's young daughter, Leah, whose bout with cancer became public in June. But the support for the Bengals player's daughter continues to..." November 24
Cincy Jungle "Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict will miss his fourth-straight game this weekend when the Bengals head to Houston to play the Texans. Burfict underwent arthroscopic knee surgery after the team found "something floating in his knee" following Cincinnati's 27-24 win over the..." November 21
Cincinnati Enquirer "Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert has been eligible to return to action for a couple of weeks, but still hasn't even participated in practice yet, although coach Marvin Lewis said he is progressing from his dislocated elbow and still expects him to return this season. Eifert was placed on injured..." November 21
ESPN.com "To those outside Paul Brown Stadium who have watched Jeremy Hill two of the last three weeks, it seems clear: The rookie running back has earned more touches. Apparently, the men who have offices on the stadium's second floor agree. This is one of those rare situations when fans, media and..." November 20
Fox Sports Ohio "Mercedes Sands, the ex-wife of former Bengals safety Robert Sands, alleged in a New York Times article published Tuesday that when marital troubles began to turn into domestic violence during his rookie season of 2011 that the Bengals were more concerned with avoiding a disruption to the team than..." November 20
Cincinnati Enquirer "Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said the first quarter unnecessary roughness penalty that safety George Iloka committed when he hit Saints tight end Jimmy Graham late following an incompletion might have affected Graham, who finished with only three receptions for 29 yards. It was the second-fewest..." November 19
Cincinnati Enquirer "With 10 days to stew and listen to the national pundits criticize their awful prime-time performance against Cleveland, the Bengals changed the narrative in New Orleans. Emphatically. In a city where the ridiculous comes by a daily dose, the bizarro Bengals played the opposite of what had..." November 17
ESPN.com "As time expired at the end of the Cincinnati Bengals' 27-10 blowout win over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, Christa Barrett posed for photos near field level, holding a football. It wasn't THE football, but it was a football, nonetheless. There was a point during the game when it..." November 16
Cincinnati Enquirer "Product of a Texas high school powerhouse. Under-recruited and landed at a university outside standard college football royalty. Slipped out of the first round of the NFL draft as scouts knocked size and arm strength. Worked with passing game guru Tom House to tighten..." November 16
SB Nation "Jeremy Hill will get the bulk of the touches while Giovani Bernard misses his third consecutive game due to injury. Cincinnati Bengals running back Giovani Bernard has been officially ruled out for Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints. Bernard is dealing with a hip injury he sustained..." November 16
Marvin Lewis says Giovani Bernard will not practice today #Bengals
The Bengals are expecting to be without RB Gio Bernard on Sunday at Superdome, which means plenty more Jeremy Hill.
CBSSports.com "If you're wondering how Cleveland's defense was able to shut down the Bengals offense on Thursday, Browns linebacker Karlos Dansby has an explanation: The Browns knew what the Bengals were going to do. Following Cleveland's 24-3 win, Dansby said the Browns defense saw everything coming. "We..." November 08
Pro Football Talk "There are times when coaches will support players after a bad game by trying to find some positives from the performance that can balance out the negatives. Such exercises would be totally futile in the aftermath of Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton’s hideous outing in Thursday night’s loss to..." November 07
Pro Football Talk "Bengals rookie running back Jeremy Hill offered up one of the all-time worst insults to the Browns last night, saying Cleveland is “worse than I thought.” After Cleveland beat Hill’s team by 21 points. Inevitably, the Browns have responded, via safety Donte Whitner. “You know, that’s a..." November 07
on Eifert: chance may not return this season
Cleveland Plain Dealer "In the biggest game of his life, on the huge national stage, Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer rose to the occasion, and his defense completely shut down, befuddled and embarrassed his Bengals counterpart Andy Dalton. As a result of the Browns' defensive dominance and Hoyer's superb outing, the..." November 07
ESPN.com "The Cleveland Browns impressed many who watched their 24-3 dismantling of the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday night. Bengals rookie running back Jeremy Hill, who had a front-row seat for the blowout, was among the unimpressed. Asked whether the Browns were better than he previously thought,..." November 07
ESPN.com "The star of the Browns-Bengals game Thursday night was Leah Still, the courageous 4-year-old daughter of Cincinnati defensive tackle Devon Still. Fans at Paul Brown Stadium roared between the first and second quarters as the Bengals honored Leah, who's battling Stage 4 pediatric cancer. The..." November 07
No surprise but Bengals HC Marvin Lewis told @RossTuckerNFL that RB Giovani Bernard will not play tonight. Jeremy Hill time.
Bengals RB Gio Bernard is out tonight, and could miss more time. And when he gets back, coaches won't be going away from Jeremy Hill.
ESPN.com "Greg Little isn't the first player to say he wants vengeance on his former team. But he is the most recent. Tuesday, the Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver said that "somebody has to pay" during Thursday night's game for the fact the Cleveland Browns released him in May. "Everything about this..." November 04
SB Nation "The NFLPA has been adamant that any changes to the league's personal conduct policy must be collectively bargained. The NFL has been resistant, however. The NFL Players Association are butting heads once again, this time over how to negotiate changes to the league's personal conduct policy. The..." November 04
Cincinnati Enquirer "After shaking off a poor first quarter to build a 16-point lead twice against the woeful Jacksonville Jaguars, the Bengals almost let the lead slip away before getting a big fourth-quarter run from rookie running back Jeremy Hill and an interception in the end zone from safety George..." November 03
Bengals WR AJ Green, who has missed past three games with a toe injury, will play today, per league source.
Cincinnati Enquirer "In the early days when football first developed the persona of tough guys and tougher living, the scene postgame in a locker room would reflect the grind on the field. Players would sit at their lockers, blood now drying on their legs and arms, and take a rip of a cigarette before flicking into..." November 02
A.J. Green again out to practice for third straight day. Have to assume barring setback he's on track to return Sunday.
NFL.com "The Bengals just can’t seem to get all their weapons on the field at the same time. While Pro Bowl wide receiver A.J. Green began his second straight practice Thursday, running back Giovani Bernard was nowhere to be seen for the second straight day. That would indicate Bernard is going to miss..." October 31
@Datsko Has a hip pointer and clavicle bothering him and yes he could miss Sunday especially with quick turnaround coming on Thursday.
Baltimore Sun "Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith on Wednesday faintly praised Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict for not hitting him as hard as he could while Smith stood prone with a possible concussion after an interception on Sunday, but not before echoing the widely-held NFL sentiment that Burfict..." October 30
Marvin Lewis says that Vontaze Burfict will be out the next two weeks. Had an arthroscopic scope to left knew this morning #Bengals
Monday Marvin on AJ: we'll see how he does this week
Bengals expecting to go w/o AJ Green vs. Ravens. I'm told issue is ligament damage under his big toe. It's lingering, so they'll be careful.
Lewis said A.J. Green looked to be in "football form" Friday. Sounded a little optimistic about the WR possibly giving it a shot Sunday.
Lewis commented on Tyler Eifert. Originally aimed return to practice for next week but doesn't know now. My best guess return: @Saints.
A.J. Green not practicing again today. Have to think that will rule him out for Sunday. Will get official injury report around 2.
Pro Football Talk "With three home games in a 12-day span, the Bengals have a significant concern about blackouts. They’ve been able to push that off for Sunday, anyway. Via the Cincinnati Enquirer, the team announced they reached the 85-percent threshold for this week’s game against the Ravens, clearing it to..." October 24
Cincinnati Enquirer "Bengals rookie center Russell Bodine got off to a bit of a shaky start in his career with his performance in the first couple of regular-season games, and while he's made significant progress since then he will get a chance to mark just how much progress Sunday when the Bengals face the Baltimore..." October 24
Fox Sports Ohio "When your dad's an NFL wide receiver, he should probably be your favorite player. Well, maybe unless one of the best wideouts in the league was his teammate for the first three seasons of his career. Cleveland Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins was once a Cincinnati Bengal, with Pro Bowler..." October 23
Cincinnati Enquirer "Bengals defensive coordinator Paul Guenther sounded frustrated on Wednesday as he talked about how he has implored linebacker Vontaze Burfict to tackle with his head up to avoid continually hurting himself. Burfict was knocked out of Sunday's game at Indianapolis late in the first quarter due..." October 23
Detroit Free Press "Ndamukong Suh probably doesn't read websites. But if he did, namely ESPN.com, the star Detroit Lions defensive lineman might have come across a "What if" trade proposal, an "albeit unlikely" trade proposal, a "hypothetical" deal we feel compelled to pass along. It comes courtesy of..." October 23
SB Nation "The British government strongly supports the idea of an NFL team based in London, and recently had discussions with high-level league officials about the possibility of putting a team in the United Kingdom. British treasury chief George Osborne pledged full government backing for a franchise in..." October 23
Fox Sports Ohio "When all was said and done, the desire of fans to contribute to the fight against pediatric cancer by purchasing Devon Still Bengals jerseys far exceeded expectations. By how much? Try almost 15 times. Bengals director of sales Jeff Berding told WLWT in Cincinnati the final tally of No. 75..." October 23
Looks like no AJ, but that would not rule him out Sunday
Networks have made their choices as to what games to protect so they can't be flexed to Sunday nights: pic.twitter.com/QhJOHpj9sn
ESPN.com "The Cincinnati Bengals now find themselves at a crossroads. This is the time when a group like theirs is at its most fragile. It's when fingers might start getting pointed as answers are sought and sources of blame desired. Dark days like the ones the Bengals are in also could be when..." October 20
Pro Football Talk "The Bengals will be without wide receiver A.J. Green for another week. Head coach Marvin Lewis said Green (toe) will not play in Sunday’s game at Indianapolis, Lindsay Czarniak of ESPN reported this morning." October 19