BenJarvus Green-Ellis RUMORS & NEWS

  • BenJarvus Green-Ellis wants back in to the NFL

    ESPN "It's hard out there for a running back. NFL teams aren't prioritizing the position the way they used to. Accomplished veterans like Chris Johnson and Steven Jackson sit on the sidelines as teams head to camp with stables of young, cheap, unproven guys they figure can do the job just as well. You..." August 13

  • Jeremy Hill ahead of Green-Ellis as Bengals' offense transforms "Hue Jackson is not wasting any time before making his impact felt on the Cincinnati Bengals' offense. The team's new offensive coordinator installed running back Jeremy Hill, the team's second round pick, ahead of veteran BenJarvus Green-Ellis on the first days of OTAs Tuesday. Giovani Bernard..." May 28

  • Green-Ellis Reveals He's Been Playing with Broken Thumb "Running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis revealed Wednesday he's played with a broken thumb since the second week of the season, as well as coped with an ankle injury, as the running game tries to atone for the poor outing in the 17-6 loss Sept. 29 in Cleveland in which the Bengals running backs carried..." November 13

  • Bengals Green-Ellis' stock rising and help is on the way

    Cincinnati Enquirer "When asked to give his assessment of the running game last season BenJarvus Green-Ellis compared it to the stock market. Considering that the market didn’t start its surge until late last year it is a perfect description. “We were up and down the fist half of the season and then we kind of..." July 28

  • Green-Ellis excited about new RB coach

    Cincinnati Enquirer "Shortly after Hue Jackson was named the Bengals’ running backs coach, one of the first calls he placed was to BenJarvus Green-Ellis. While Green-Ellis was sad to see Jim Anderson retire after 29 seasons, he was happy that Jackson got the position. “I’m happy for Hue and eager to see what type..." February 10

  • BenJarvus Green-Ellis Thankful For Jim Anderson's Help In 2012

    Cincy Jungle "Jim Anderson was the Bengals' running backs coach for 29 years. In that time, he had outlasted several coaches, including Sam Wyche, Dave Shula, Bruce Coslet and Dick LeBeau. He also outlasted several running backs. Under his guidance, James Brooks, Harold Green, Corey Dillon, Rudi Johnson, Cedric..." February 04

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