Bengals OT Andrew Whitworth said the team has "moved on" from veteran QB Carson Palmer and is prepared for life without him.
According to Bengals owner Mike Brown, Carson Palmer has two choices regarding his future in the NFL: be Cincinnati's starting quarterback in 2011 or retire.
As we wait to see when the labor dispute between NFL owners and players will be resolved, we explore the issues facing the Bengals, a team in transition — and perhaps radically so.
As Carson Palmer demands a trade, his younger brother and backup Jordan is organizing workouts for the Bengals offense.
Bengals QB Carson Palmer has reportedly put his house on the market for $2.1 million. Palmer demanded to be traded from Cincinnati in January.
Among the onlookers at Auburn's pro day on March 15: Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis, whose team holds the No. 4 overall pick and could go a variety of ways in Round One.
In case he has yet to make it clear, Carson Palmer has told a confidant that he "will never set foot in Paul Brown Stadium again," according to WCPO-TV in Cincinnati.
The Bengals are evaluating players at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis under the premise that QB Carson Palmer will not return, making it a possibility they spend their fourth overall pick on a signalcaller.
The Bengals have a chance to start building for the future now, but to begin the process, they must come to grips with trading Carson Palmer.
We take a look back at the successes and failures of the Heisman Trophy winners dating back to 2000.
The Bengals have hired Jay Gruden as the team's new offensive coordinator. Gruden replaces Bob Bratkowski, who was fired on Monday.
Bengals owner Mike Brown says he's not willing to trade QB Carson Palmer despite a report that Palmer may retire if he's not dealt.
QB Carson Palmer will demand a trade from the Bengals, and is willing to "play the retirement card," according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen.
With head coach Marvin Lewis coming back for a franchise-record ninth season, what will be different about the Bengals? That remains to be seen.
Bengals WR Chad Ochocinco will not travel with the team to Baltimore and will miss the season finale against the Ravens because of an ankle injury.