Cincinnati Sports

NFLPA President Winston Blasts Lewis

Posted On October 17, 2014

(undated) -- NFLPA President Eric Winston took to Twitter to voice his thoughts on Bengals coach Marvin Lewis' comments on concussions. Lewis said in a news conference on Wednesday that concussions linger longer now because of the media attention to head injuries. Winston tweeted that people need to be educated about the nature of concussions…

Colts aim for 5th straight win, entertain Bengals

Posted On October 16, 2014

(SportsNetwork.com) - The Indianapolis Colts' struggles of early September suddenly seem like a long, long time ago to the rest of the teams in the AFC. Though year three of the Andrew Luck Era began with consecutive losses to fellow league powerhouses Denver and Philadelphia, the team formerly led by Peyton Manning has returned to…

Bengals’ Burfict Being Fined 25K For Ankle Twisting

Posted On October 16, 2014

(New York, NY) -- The NFL is fining Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict for a pair of ankle-twisting incidents in Sunday's game against Carolina. According to multiple reports, Burfict is being hit with a 25-thousand-dollar penalty for twisting the ankles of Panthers quarterback Cam Newton and tight end Greg Olsen while they were on the…

Cincinnati (2-3) at SMU (0-5) (ET)

Posted On October 15, 2014

FACTS & STATS: Site: Gerald J. Ford Stadium (32,000) -- Dallas, Texas. Television: CBSSN. Home Record: Cincinnati 2-1, SMU 0-2. Away Record: Cincinnati 0-2, SMU 0-3. Neutral Record: Cincinnati 0-0, SMU 0-0. Conference Record: Cincinnati 0-1, SMU 0-1. Series Record: Cincinnati leads, 1-0.GAME NOTES: The disappointing Cincinnati Bearcats head to the Lone Star State for…

Reports: Bengals LB Burfict fined $25K

Posted On October 15, 2014

(SportsNetwork.com) - Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict has been fined $25,000 by the NFL for deliberately twisting the ankles of two Carolina Panthers players on Sunday, according to multiple reports. Burfict was accused by the Panthers of targeting the ankles of quarterback Cam Newton and tight end Greg Olsen after both scored touchdowns.Replays appeared to…