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Pacman Jones burns Haden jerseys sent to his house (0:54)
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Pacman Jones sets Haden jerseys ablaze in video

After receiving a delivery of autographed Joe Haden jerseys, former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones set the Steelers jerseys on fire in his driveway and documented it in a series of Instagram videos posted Wednesday.

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4dBen Baby

Bengals corner Waynes suffers pectoral injury

Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Trae Waynes could be on the mend for a while after suffering a pectoral injury earlier this week, coach Zac Taylor said

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Former Lions and Packers Pro Bowl DT Mike Daniels is visiting with the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, a source told ESPN. If the visit goes as planned, the 31-year-old Daniels is expected to be a Bengal.

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8dMike Clay

Ranking every NFL position group from 1-32

Which team has the best wide receivers? The best edge rushers? We rank all 32 teams in 10 different position groups, plus with an overall roster outlook.

What are the expectations for Joe Burrow in his rookie season? (2:00)
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10dBen Baby

Bengals keeping QBs far apart during virtual drills

The Cincinnati Bengals are keeping the four quarterbacks on their roster, including No. 1 overall draft pick Joe Burrow, in separate rooms during virtual workouts in an attempt to keep them healthy during the coronavirus pandemic.

Ben Baby ESPN Staff Writer 

As of 4 p.m. ET, the Cincinnati Bengals have one open roster spot ahead of Tuesday's deadline to drop to 80 players. Cincinnati wavied running back Devwah Whaley and tight end Moritz Bohringer. Those moves coupled with DT Josh Tupou's opt-out that was made official Tuesday, gives the Bengals 79 players on the roster. This allows Cincinnati to bring in one player for a physical to potentially add to the roster.

Ben Baby ESPN Staff Writer 

No Cincinnati Bengals players or personnel inside the team facility has tested positive for COVID-19, Bengals player personnel director Duke Tobin said during a news conference on Monday. Tobin added that note as he praised the thoroughness of the NFL's testing protocols. "That's a comforting fact when you walk around the building and you know everybody is getting tested on a daily basis," Tobin said. "I've been really impressed with the health of our players and staff."

Ben Baby ESPN Staff Writer 

Cincinnati Bengals reserve offensive lineman Isaiah Prince has opted out of the 2020 season, the team announced Friday. Prince was signed off waivers at the end of the 2019 season and did not appear in any games for the club.

Ben Baby ESPN Staff Writer 

Cincinnati defensive tackle Josh Tupou will opt out of the 2020 season, sources confirmed on Friday. Tupou appeared in all 16 games last season and made seven starts. He signed a one-year contract this offseason after the Bengals designated him as a restricted free agent. The move was first reported by the NFL Network.

Ben Baby ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cincinnati Bengals have brought in veteran QB Brandon Allen for testing this week in anticipation of signing with the club, a source confirmed to ESPN. Allen started three games for Denver last season after starter Joe Flacco went on injured reserve. Allen, a 2016 sixth-round pick out of Arkansas, overlapped with Bengals coach Zac Taylor during their time with the L.A. Rams. The move was first reported by the NFL Network.

Team Stats

Passing Yards228.319th
Rushing Yards94.825th
Points For17.330th
Points Against26.38th

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