Marcus Lewis is the team's defensive assistant and quality control coach.
The Bengals signed former Houston Texans safety Danieal Manning, a ninth-year NFL player for 2014, the club announced Thursday.
Police in central Kentucky have charged Cincinnati Bengals fullback Orson Charles with wanton endangerment after a road rage incident Monday.
During a spring of change, the Bengals decided to lock in one of its defensive stalwarts for another two years.
The NFL discussed expanding the playoffs, expressed a determination to curtail taunting and set up an experiment to lengthen extra-point kicks Wednesday.
The organization announced Thursday that they had signed a one-year deal with QB Jason Campbell, a former first-round draft pick out of Auburn with 79 NFL starts (86 appearances) under his belt.
The Bengals let slot receiver Andrew Hawkins go to the Cleveland Browns Tuesday by declining to match the Browns' pricey offer.
The Cincinnati Bengals announced they re-signed linebacker Vincent Rey on Saturday.
The Bengals organization announced Friday that it had signed head coach Marvin Lewis to a contract extension through the 2015 season. His former contract was to expire after 2014.
More comings and goings – no, just goings – with the Bengals Thursday.
Even though it's a long shot, signing Michael Vick would send a message to Bengals fans and hopefully to embattled signal-caller Andy Dalton.
The Bengals opened the free agency season Tuesday by cutting center Kyle Cook and losing defensive end Michael Johnson to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Bengals made tender offers to linebacker Vincent Rey and receivers Andrew Hawkins and Dane Sanzenbacher on Wednesday, leaving them restricted free agents.
Former Cincinnati Bengals and University of Cincinnati defensive back Artrell Hawkins received a $5,000 bond Monday on a domestic violence charge.
A cheerleader has filed a lawsuit against the Bengals organization, claiming she was underpaid for the more than "300" hours of work she performed for the team last season.
What is it with Tim Tebow? What about the guy so infuriates so many people? All he ever did whenever or wherever he played football was win.
It's 25 years later, but those Bengals still feel the sting of their last-minute loss to the 49ers in Super Bowl XXIII. One or two "what ifs" could have made them winners.
Highlights of the Bengals' last Super Bowl in 1989 in Miami.
Take a walk down memory lane with an interactive look at the famed starting lineups for the Bengals team that came up just short against the San Francisco 49ers in the 1989 Super Bowl.
Dennis Janson tells how Stanley Wilson became one of the saddest and most vilified athletes in Cincinnati sports history.