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Bengals’ Cook, Whitworth continue streaks


Bengals offensive unit ( photo)

Cincinnati Bengals offensive lineman Kyle Cook at center and Andrew Whitworth at left tackle, share the current team longest streaks of consecutive team starts.

They both have 49 straight, which includes every Bengals game, including post-season, since the start of the 2009 season.

The current longest streak for consecutive Cincinnati games played is held by linebacker Brandon Johnson at 64. Johnson has played in every game, counting 16 starts, since joining the Bengals in 2008.


Info compiled from Bengals press release

Bengals extend Whitworth with 2-year deal


Andrew Whitworth (courtesy of Cincinnati Bengals)

The Cincinnati Bengals have given left tackle Andrew Whitworth a two-year contract extension that will keep him with the team through 2015.

The deal recognizes his standing as the team’s best offensive lineman and one of its leaders.

Whitworth was a second-round draft pick from Louisiana State University in 2006, when he moved into the starting lineup. He is one of the NFL’s best tackles and has started every game the past two years.

Whitworth is a team captain and a union representative for the players. During the NFL lockout, he helped organize workouts for his fellow teammates.

Info compiled from Cincinnati Bengals news

Cincinnati Bengals approve decertification

Andrew Whitworth Bengals union rep (NFL)

The Cincinnati Bengals are the latest team in the NFL to vote unanimously to decertification.

The vote gives the NFL Players Association approval to decertify as part of its strategy of bargaining with the league.

Bengals offensive lineman Andrew Whitworth is the team’s union representative. He said the vote took place on Thursday and that the issue is more real to the players.

Each of the 32 NFL teams are voting whether to give the union the right to decertify if teams lock out players in 2011. It’s just a procedural issue. Decertification would give the union a chance to sue under antitrust laws if there is a lockout.

Union director DeMaurice Smith met with the Bengals on Thursday before they voted. He updated the players on the progress of negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement.

compiled from staff, TV, radio & football news