Cincinnati Bengals

  • Passing Yards
    245.2 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    112.8 RYPG
  • Total Yards Per Game
    358.0 YPG
  • SNY

    Harris expected to be ready for season opener with bruised shoulder

    New York Jets linebacker David Harris is expected to play in the team's season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sept. 11 after leaving Saturday's preseason game with a shoulder injury, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Harris, who underwent X-rays on Saturday and an MRI on Sunday, suffered a bruised shoulder that will likely take two weeks to heal, according to ESPN's Rich Cimini. Harris sustained the injury on the final play from scrimmage in the first half, according to Cimini. He was buried under a pile on a run play and was immediately taken to the locker room. "We definitely don't want to lose Dave," cornerback Buster Skrine said, according to Cimini. "That's our defensive leader."

  • SNY

    Harris expected to be ready for season opener after undergoing MRI

    New York Jets linebacker David Harris is expected to play in the team's season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sept. 11 after leaving Saturday's preseason game with a shoulder injury, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Harris underwent an MRI on Sunday and X-rays on Saturday after sustaining the injury on the final play from scrimmage in the first half, according to ESPN's Rich Cimini. He was buried under a pile on a run play and was immediately taken to the locker room. "We definitely don't want to lose Dave," cornerback Buster Skrine said, according to Cimini. "That's our defensive leader." Harris, 32, will not play in the team's preseason finale against the Philadelphia Eagles on

  • Ex-NFL player suffering from memory loss writes 'love letter' to family
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    Ex-NFL player suffering from memory loss writes 'love letter' to family

    Former NFL tight end Ben Utecht caught one pass from superstar quarterback Peyton Manning the night of Feb. 4, 2007, helping the Indianapolis Colts win Super Bowl XLI. But that’s not the memory he most wants to retain. Or the life experience he most wants to share. Utecht, who sustained five documented concussions during his five-year NFL career with the Colts and Cincinnati Bengals, said Sunday on “Fox & Friends” that he’s already experienced some long-term memory problems since he last took the field in 2008. That reality led him to write the autobiographical “Counting the Days While My Mind Slips Away: A Love Letter to My Family.” “That was the foundation of writing the book; was to really