Bengals Avoid Blackout

After being in danger of their first blackout in 51 home games, the Bengals used a league extension to sell enough tickets for the game to be televised in Cincinnati. In a press release the Bengals credited Channel 12 and Motorola for helping secure a sellout in the final Paul Brown Stadium regular-season game of […]

Players To Watch: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Cincinnati Bengals

The Kansas City Chiefs look to snap their four game losing streak Sunday when they travel to Cincinnati to take on the Bengals.  Can the visitors finally pick up their fourth win of the season as they look to pick up some momentum going into the offseason?  Will the Bengals punch their ticket to the […]

Around The Web: Cottam’s Surgery, Charles On LJ, Ochocinco Eyes Record

Earlier this week the Kansas City Chiefs placed tight end Brad Cottam on injured reserve with a vertebrae injury.  Cottam, according to Todd Haley, had successful surgery yesterday. Haley said  he visited Cottam and that he was “doing well.” “Everything was very successful and went very well,” Haley said.  “He’s already on the road to […]

Around The Web: Losers On The Run, Ghiaciuc To San Diego, Henry Mourned

At every level you hear coaches talking about needing to run the football in order to win football games.  If you look at the stats Bob Gretz breaks down this morning, nothing could be more true. There are a dozen teams in the league right now with losing records and 10 of those 12 are […]

Bengals Try To Force Fans To Watch Chiefs Game

The Cincinnati Bengals are hanging a carrot in front of their fans that want to experience the postseason in person.  The carrot is the 3-11 Chiefs. The Bengals will allow fans who buy tickets to the Kansas City game this Sunday to lock-in their seats for two potential playoff games. The Bengals need just one […]

Around The Web: From Bad To Worse, Drop City, Honoring Henry

The Kansas City Chiefs defense hasn’t had too many great statistical efforts, but they haven’t been often embarrassed.  That is until the past three weeks. The Chiefs have allowed at least 200 yards rushing in each of their last three games. “Everybody in this building is working their tails off, players included,” Haley said. “ […]

Around The Web: Grigsby Exits, Jim Brown On Jerome Harrison, Bengals Traveling to Henry’s Funeral

Yesterday’s Chiefs loss to the Browns was the final time longtime broadcaster and icon Bill Grigsby will be involved with a Chiefs game. He said he’s retiring after watching all but a handful of Chiefs games in the franchise’s history. “Times change, you know?” Grigsby, 87, said before Kansas City’s home finale Sunday. He has […]

Chris Perry Works Out For Chiefs

With former Chiefs running back Larry Johnson settling in to his role with the Bengals, could Kansas City be looking to add a Cincinnati reject?  Adam Caplan is reporting the Chiefs have worked out Chris Perry. Perry began last season as the Bengals starting running back, but later lost that job to current starter Cedric […]

LJ: Bengals Pass Protections “Easier Than I’m Used To”

Former Chiefs running back Larry Johnson spent his 30th birthday learning the Cincinnati Bengals offense. He thinks he can play Sunday against the Raiders, but he knows it is depending on the condition of Cedric Benson’s hip abductor muscle and how much the coaches trust him with the offense. So far, so good after Wednesday’s […]

Larry Johnson Already Targeting Chiefs Game

Former Chiefs running back Larry Johnson is targeting his old team even before he officially becomes a member of the Cincinnati Bengals.  He is expected to sign with the Bengals later today. Johnson posted a new status update last night: “Gonna gallop all over the Chiefs.  Cleat prints on the chests.  Mud in the face […]

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