2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
Why Yates would avoid paying Aaron Jones top dollar (1:41)

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The Cincinnati Bengals released reserve linemen B.J. Finney, the team announced Friday. Finney appeared in one game last season after he was acquired in the trade for Carlos Dunlap. Friday's transaction represents a cap savings of $3.3 million as the Bengals prepare for the start of free agency.

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Canelo Alvarez scores a technical knockout over Avni Yildirim after the challenger quits on his stool prior to the start of the fourth round. Alvarez retains his WBC and WBA super middleweight belts and cruised in all three rounds of his mandatory title defense.

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Round 3: Surprise! Yildirim's "Eat as many Canelo punches as possible" strategy results in a knockdown. Canelo puts the challenger down with a straight right hand that sent Yildirim sputtering backward to the canvas. Yildirim needs to do a lot, lot more if he wants this fight to last another round.


NFL Live. Today we discuss the latest in the Russell Wilson saga, who is New England's QB next year and the perfect pick for the Bengals.

Today our crew breaks down the latest news across the league including the drama between Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks. Do the Patriots look to the draft for their next QB and which player at 5 does our crew think is the perfect fit for the Bengals. Plus despite Watson wanting to be traded their are reports the Texans are not taking any calls listen to our crews personal voicemails they would leave Houston to try to convince them to trade Watson.

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Justin Hill will be the Cincinnati Bengals' new running backs coach, the team announced on Friday. Hill spent the previous six seasons holding the same position at the University of Tulsa. The Bengals also confirmed Troy Walters' promotion to be the team's wide receivers coach, which ESPN's Adam Rittenberg reported in January. Brad Kragthorpe will replace Walters as the team's assistant wide receivers coach.

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Burrow looks to throw in Feb., Week 1 targeted

Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow says he hopes to being throwing in mid-February as he continues to recover from surgery on his left knee. He added that Week 1 remains his goal for a return.

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Bengals QB Joe Burrow said the feedback from doctors suggests he's ahead of schedule in his recovery from knee surgery six weeks ago. In an interview with Fox on Monday, Burrow said his left knee “looks like it's about 10 to 12 weeks out from surgery.” Burrow: "I'm on track to do what I need to do this offseason to start Week 1."

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The Cincinnati Bengals hired Frank Pollack as their offensive line coach and run game coordinator, the team announced Saturday. Pollack was the team's offensive line coach in 2018, Marvin Lewis' final season as head coach. "He brings great technical skills in player development and his familiarity with some of our current offensive linemen will allow him to get to work right away," Bengals coach Zac Taylor said in a statement.

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Bengals' Burrow expects to be ready for Week 1

Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow told Fox Sports 1 that his rehabilitation process is on track for him to be able to practice during the preseason and be ready for the beginning of the regular season.

Team Stats

Passing Yards215.527th
Rushing Yards104.324th
Points For19.429th
Points Against26.511th