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Cincinnati Bengals - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Cincinnati Bengals - INSIDE SLANT The Cincinnati Bengals won't be active in the free-agent market. The numbers may say they own $23 million in cap space plus rollover cash, but their primary concern isn't making a splash with another team's players. They likely won't even make a ripple.

Cincinnati Bengals - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Cincinnati Bengals - INSIDE SLANT There are few teams who could move a Pro Bowl tackle over to guard. That is a situation the Cincinnati Bengals are eyeing for Sunday's pivotal AFC game against Indianapolis. With Clint Boling on injured reserve and the way a reshuffled line did in last week's 17-10 win over San Diego, the prospect of seeing Andrew Whitworth return to guard might be intriguing for the Bengals as they begin the stretch run of the regular season.

Cincinnati Bengals - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Cincinnati Bengals - INSIDE SLANT On a night when it appeared early on as if the Cincinnati Bengals were going to abandon their running game, they used it in the second half to take control and beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 20-10 on Thursday. After running only 10 times in 42 offensive plays in the first half, the Bengals went to the ground on 23 of 36 second-half snaps.

Cincinnati Bengals - PlayerWatch

LT Andrew Whitworth, who has started 67 straight games at left tackle, has not played in any of the preseason games after offseason knee surgery and has had minimal participation in contact drills. If Whitworth can't go, Anthony Collins will get the start. DE DeQuin Evans was placed on reserve/suspended by the Commissioner for eight games for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing drugs.

Cincinnati Bengals - PlayerWatch

LT Andrew Whitworth, who has started 67 straight games at left tackle, has not played in any of the preseason games after offseason knee surgery and has had minimal participation in contact drills. If Whitworth can't go, Anthony Collins will get the start. DE DeQuin Evans was placed on reserve/suspended by the Commissioner for eight games for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing drugs.

NFL: Bengals blocker would rather quit than play for London

Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth wants no part of any American football squad based in London, going so far as to say he would quit rather than play for an England-based team. "I would hope that I was financially able to quit," Whitworth told the Cincinnati Enquirer. "That's what I would hope, because if I was, my papers would be the first one in."
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