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
Cincinnati Enquirer "Three weeks in, Paul Guenther managed to miraculously make Mike Zimmer a distant memory. The beloved coordinator and current head coach of the Minnesota Vikings left town, but the dominant defense remained. Critics stalking Bengals box scores for ammunition were left with minuscule quarterback..." October 19
SB Nation "NFLPA president Eric Winston responded to Marvin Lewis' opinion that concussions linger longer today because of the media. NFL Players Association president Eric Winston disagrees with Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis in regards to his opinion on concussions. Lewis made comments..." October 16
Yahoo! Sports "The NFL sent a message that Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict's act of twisting an opponent's ankle after a tackle will not be tolerated. Burfict was fined $25,000 for twisting Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton's ankle after a touchdown, and then doing the same thing to..." October 15
Bengals signed former Browns and Raiders WR Greg Little to help replace Marvin Jones. Uurtoirttrttt
Marvin Lewis says he is not seeing any progress from Marvin Jones in returning.
Lewis: AJ has a shot to play this week
Pro Football Talk "Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict had a pair of unnecessary roughness penalties before he left with a head injury yesterday. But after he returned, he had a pair of plays which were unnecessarily rough, even though they weren’t flagged. Burfict appeared to twist the ankles of both Panthers..." October 13
Cincinnati Enquirer "A week after not responding to early adversity in New England, the Bengals responded to second-half adversity numerous times and appeared on the verge of pulling out a big win over Carolina only to settle for tie. After twice rallying from seven-point fourth-quarter deficits to take a 34-31..." October 13
NFL.com "When it came to laying blame for an epic 37-37 tie on Sunday, Bengals cornerback Adam Jones didn't hesitate to point the finger at his own kicker. Mike Nugent, who has struggled at times this season, pushed a 36-yard field goal wide right as time expired in overtime, giving the NFL a third..." October 13
Good news & bad news for @ajgreen_18. Told me his toe won't require surgery, but expects to miss week 7 too. Will see Doc again Friday.
Pro Football Talk "It’s indeed looking like the Bengals won’t have Pro Bowl wideout A.J. Green (toe) on Sunday vs. Carolina. Speaking on “Sunday NFL Countdown,” ESPN’s Bob Holtzman reported he had been informed by a pair of sources that Green will not suit up for Cincinnati in Week Six. According to Holtzman,..." October 12
ESPN.com "Bengals receiver A.J. Green will not play Sunday against the Carolina Panthers, sources told ESPN's Bob Holtzman on Friday. That news came as Green -- who left practice during warm-ups on Wednesday after aggravating an injury to his right big toe -- had his right foot in a walking boot during..." October 12
Cincy Jungle "With A.J. Green, Marvin Jones, and Tyler Eifert out this Sunday, it's difficult to foresee Cincinnati's passing offense having much of an impact this weekend. Even when A.J. Green was on the field, the Bengals couldn't breach top-ten status with their passing game. Look at it this way, Andy Dalton..." October 11
ESPN.com "After listing him as questionable on Friday's injury report, the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday morning changed receiver Marvin Jones' status to out for Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers. It wasn't much of a surprise considering Jones hasn't practiced since last Monday after tweaking..." October 11
Bengals WR AJ Green is in a walking boot at practice today. Multiple sources say he will not play Sunday vs Panthers.
Los That Sports Blog "Now that audio powerhouse Bose is the official headphone supplier for the NFL — something that got San Francisco QB Colin Kaepernick fined $10k for wearing Beats headphones this past weekend — Bose needs to push their brand via NFL players. Apparently the company has moved quickly to do so, as..." October 10
#Bengals WR AJ Green is seeing the doc tomorrow after suffering in practice the same toe/foot injury as before. Status for Sunday in doubt
After meeting with his foot doctor this morning, #Bengals WR AJ Green is not expected to play this Sunday, source says.
Pro Football Talk "The Bengals were proven vulnerable Sunday night, and they might have gotten more vulnerable this afternoon. According to Geoff Hobson of the team’s official website, wide receiver A.J. Green just left the practice field on a golf cart, after apparently aggravating the toe injury that has..." October 08
ESPN.com "Two Cincinnati Bengals players have a message for those who have jumped off the team's bandwagon -- stay off. Safety George Iloka and veteran Pro Bowl offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth weren't very happy when asked to discuss fans who had given up on the team after Sunday night's 43-17 loss to..." October 07
CSN New England "Tom Brady undoubtedly heard the criticism that was cascading down upon him last week. On Sunday night, he heard something else: “Brady! Brady! Brady!” That's how the delirious Gillette Stadium crowd serenaded him as, six days after a crisis-inducing blowout loss in Kansas City, Brady and..." October 06
Pro Football Talk "The oddsmakers favor the Bengals to beat the Patriots in their own building on Sunday night. The oddsmakers likewise favor the Bengals, who haven’t won a playoff game since the week before the destroyed Bo Jackson’s hip, to win the Super Bowl. And Hue Jackson likes it that way. “Now we’re..." October 03
Cincinnati Enquirer "Through three games offensive coordinator Hue Jackson allowed wide receiver Mohamed Sanu to throw two passes and quarterback Andy Dalton to catch one. He's allowed 660 pounds of offensive tackles -- Andrew Whitworth and Andre Smith - to line up in the slot and put star wide receiver A.J. Green..." September 29
Columbus Dispatch "The last time the Bengals opened a season 3-0 was in 2006. They were a young team coming off a first-round playoff loss. They got off to an impressive start, determined to go deeper into the postseason that time around. And then, they crashed. Those ’06 Bengals finished 8-8, one of the..." September 28
Pro Football Talk "Bengals defensive lineman Devon Still’s daughter Leah’s fight against cancer continued this week when she had surgery to remove a tumor and the team’s push to help more children battling cancer is also moving forward. The Bengals announced that they are closing in on 10,000 orders for Still..." September 28
Pro Football Talk "In a season full of bad stories, one of the best has come in Cincinnati, where defensive lineman Devon Still’s four-year-old daughter has had a tumor completely removed. Via Coley Harvey of ESPN.com, Leah Still endured a six-hour procedure on Thursday, which resulted in the removal of all..." September 26
Cincinnati Enquirer "When coming off a 3-0 start to the season, beginning a bye week, sitting atop the AFC as the lone undefeated team and hearing comparisons to the greatest Bengals teams in club history, nitpicking to find fault in winning by an average of 16 points a game feels like maneuvering against the flow of..." September 23
Cincinnati Enquirer "The Bengals are now the lone team in the NFL to not allow a sack yet this season. In fact, no other team has less than two. For reference, in the same time span the Jacksonville Jaguars have been sacked 17 times. The continuation of the clean sack sheet partially goes to the quick passes and..." September 22
Cincinnati Enquirer "Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker has been known for many things, most recently his inconsistent play in a home loss to Dallas last week. But step away from football, and here's one offbeat fact fans probably don't know about Locker: He built a chicken coop in his back yard. Questions..." September 20