The league has reason to fine WR Terrell Owens before his Week Five game against the Buccaneers even begins.
The Bengals have ruled out rookie WR Jordan Shipley for Sunday's game against the Bucs. Shipley suffered a concussion in Week Four after a hit from Browns S T.J. Ward.
Through one-quarter of the season, the Bengals were still searching for answers for their running game.
The circumstances set up perfectly for Bengals WR Terrell Owens in Sunday's contest, and he responded with a vintage outing.
The Browns finally held on to a fourth-quarter lead, surviving a big day by Terrell Owens for their first win, 23-20 over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.
The Bengals' passing game is again trying to find its rhythm, even after several offseason moves made with an eye on the attack hitting the high notes of old.
Cedric Benson scored a pair of TDs in the Bengals' 20-7 victory over the Panthers on Sunday to spoil Jimmy Clausen's first NFL start.
In PK Mike Nugent, Bengals special-teams coach Darrin Simmons sees someone driven to recapture his past form.
Mike Nugent made a career-high five kicks, two of them in the closing minutes Sunday, and Cincinnati's up-to-the-challenge defense made it hold up for a 15-10 victory over the Ravens.
The Bengals announced Thursday that they have avoided a blackout for Sunday's home opener against the Ravens. The game has been declared a sellout.
The Bengals, who notched at least one sack in 14-of-16 regular-season games last season, didn't record a sack in Week One in a humbing loss to New England, raising concerns about their pass rush.
When Terrell Owens signed with the Bengals this offseason, he and Chad Ochocinco deemed themselves "Batman and Robin." But in Week One, it was the Boy Wonder who outshined the Caped Crusader.
Tom Brady threw two of his three touchdown passes to Wes Welker, who returned from a serious knee injury, and led the New England Patriots to a 38-24 win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.
Bengals DE Antwan Odom admitted on his Twitter page that he has tested positive for a banned substance but that he is appealing the league-mandated four-game suspension.
Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown wrote a letter to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell asking him to reconsider the league's blackout policy.