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Bengals place Shipley on injured reserve; season is over for WR


Cincinnati Bengals slot receiver Jordan Shipley season has ended with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee.

The injury was diagnosed earlier last week and then the team placed him on injured reserve.

Jordan Shipley (file photo)

Shipley’s knee was injured in the Bengals’ 24-22 loss in Denver last Sunday. He caught three passes for 15 yards.

Shipley, a third-round draft pick from the University of Texas in 2010 and quickly fit in to the Bengals offensive plans, becoming the team’s dependable third-down receiver. He led AFC rookie receivers with 600 yards and he tied fellow rookie and teammate Jermaine Gresham for the AFC lead with 52 catches.

Andre Caldwell, the Bengals fourth-year veteran, will replace Shipley in the offense.

Info compiled from NFL & Cincinnati Bengals

Bengals sign WR Green to be #1 receiver with Ochocinco gone


A.J. Green (courtesy of Georgia athletics)

With the trade of long-time star receiver Chad Ochocinco to the New England Patriots, the Cincinnati Bengals are ushering in a new era that will showcase their young receivers of Jordan Shipley, Andre Caldwell, Jerome Simpson and Quan Cosby.

Also added to the mix will be their new deep threat, wide receiver A.J. Green, the team’s first-round draft pick, who agreed to terms on a four-year contract.

The 6-foot-4, 211-pound Green, who is 22, was taken number-4 overall by Cincinnati. A native of Summerville, South Carolina. Green in his freshman year at Georgia, caught 56 balls for 963 yards and eight touchdowns. He followed that up in 2009 with 47 catches, 751 yards and 6 touchdowns.

After serving a four-game suspension in 2010, Green garnered totals of 57 receptions, 848 receiving yards and 9 touchdowns.

He then declared for the NFL draft.


Info compiled from Cincinnati Bengals news

Bengals select A.J. Green with number 4 pick


A.J. Green (courtesy of Georgia athletics)

The Cincinnati Bengals have a nice wide receiving corp that has one veteran in Chad Ochocinco and several talented, but young players in Jerome Simpson, Jordan Shipley, Quan Crosby, Jermaine Gresham and Andre Caldwell. Now they’ve added a receiver who is fast, has good hands and can outjump defensive backs for the ball and make acrobatic catches.

The Bengals selected receiver A.J. Green of the University of Georgia Bulldogs with the fourth overall pick in the 2011 NFL draft.

Green is the first receiver that Cincinnati has selected with their top pick since 2000, when they selected Peter Warrick of Florida State.

The 6’3, 211 Green became one of Georgia’s all-time best receivers in only three seasons, catching 166 passes for 2,542 yards and 23 touchdowns.


compiled from University of Georgia, NFL Draft & Cincinnati Bengals news

Steelers outlast error-prone Bengals, 27-21

Carson Palmer (file photo)

The Pittsburgh Steelers can count on their defense to come up big when they need it.

James Harrison and Ryan Clark stripped the ball away from Bengals rookie receiver Jordan Shipley near the 5-yard line on Cincinnat’s final play, helping the Steelers hold on for a 27-12 win over the Bengals in an AFC Central Division battle.

The Steelers lead the division at 6-2 and the Bengals are back to their old spot, at the bottom of the division at 2-6, with their fifth straight loss.

Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger, was 17 of 27 for 163 yards, a touchdown and the interception that gave the Bengals a chance to win on the final drive.

Pittsburgh was up 27-7 early in the 4th quarter.

compiled from staff & Pittsburgh Steelers news

Bengals offense comes alive in 33-24 win over Denver Broncos


CINCINNATI, OHIO — The Bengals did not need Chad Ochocinco, Terrell Owens or any of their regulars Sunday night, in a come-from-behind pre-season win over the Denver Broncos at Paul Brown Stadium before¬† a crowd of 51,278.

The Bengals could not do anything right on offense or defense the previous Sunday in the Hall of Fame Game in Fawcett Stadium in Canton, Ohio against the Dallas Cowboys.

Bengals TE Jermaine Gresham (Oklahoma photo)

Bengals PK Dave Rayner (NFL)

However, everything was better this week, offense, defense, special teams and the rookies.

The passing game was much improved, mainly due to a solid offensive line.

Two of their top rookie, Jermaine Gresham and Jordan Shipley, were all over the field catching footballs and providing the spark the offense needed.

Gresham pulled in three receptions for 37 yards and made a key block on running back Cedric Benson’s 21-yard run early in the first quarter. Jordan Shipley caught a team-high five receptions for 50 yards and he also ran back kickoffs and punt returns totaling another 56 yards.

The Bengals piled up 409 total offensive yards to 287 for Denver. The Bengals put the game away with a 12-play touchdown drive that went 92 yards ending on a one-yard dive by James Johnson, another of Cincinnati’s young, small and quick running backs. That touchdown gave the Bengals a 30-17 lead with 12:47 to go in the fourth quarter.

The Bengals backup players had their moments.

Jerome Simpson caught a nice 21-yard pass from J.T. O’Sullivan. After missing his first four passes, O’Sullivan completed five of his next six passes for 84 yards passing, which generated two drives culminating in field goals.

Backup cornerback David Jones showed why the Cleveland Browns gave up on Dublin, Ohio native Brady Quinn, by picking off a pass into the right flat and returning it 24 yards for a touchdown, giving the Bengals a 17-14 lead in the second quarter.

Place kicker Dave Rayner, in a battle with former Ohio State star Mike Nugent, had four field goals.

The Bengals will get four days to prepare for Friday night’s game against the visiting Philadelphia Eagles.

Bengals & Broncos pre game warmups (

Paul Brown Stadium Field (


* The Denver Broncos were very consistent in 2009. They ended up 8-8, good for 2nd place in the AFC West Division. They scored 326 points and gave up 324. They were 4-4 at home, 4-4 on the road, 6-6 against AFC competition, 2-2 against the NFC AND 3-3 against their own division. They started the season at 7-0 and went 1-8 the rest of the way and ended the season losing 4 in a row.

* Denver finished with a 93-67 (.581) regular-season record during the 2000′s to mark its third straight decade with 90 or more wins, the only team in the NFL to accomplish that feat during the last three decades.

* Denver returns 15 offensive players who started at least one game for the team in 2009, including 16-game starter OL Ryan Clady who became the fifth player since the 1970 NFL merger to receive first-team AP All-Pro honors at tackle by his second pro season.

* CB Champ Bailey, S Brian Dawkins and LB Elvis Dumervil represented the Broncos in the 2010 Pro Bowl, as Bailey’s ninth selection to the all-Star game tied for the most in league history at the cornerback position.

* K Matt Prater finished strong in 2009 by making 10 of his final 20 field goal attempts and tying for third in the league as well as in broncos history with 30 field goals made on the season.

* The Broncos had nine selections in the 2010 NFL DRAFT. The two most notable picks are Tim Tebow of Florida and Eric Decker of Minnesota.

QB Tim Tebow, picked in the first round, 25th overall, was a finalist for the Heisman Trophy for three consecutive years. He won the award in 2007 and was part of two national championship teams in 2006 and 2008 during a record-setting career when he recorded a 170.8 passing efficiency, 2nd in NCAA Football Subdivision history.

WR Eric Decker, selected in the 3rd round, 874th overall pick, set school career records with 227 receptions and 3,119 receiving yards that rank sixth and eighth, respectively, in Big Ten Conference history.


45 343 Marvin Lewis Bengals coach Overall thoughts on win over Denver (

45 347 Marvin Lewis Bengals coach On Jermaine Gresham’s play at TE (

45, 349 Carson Palmer Bengals QB Any frustrations after no points on first two drives (

45 350 Carson Palmer Bengals QB On TE Jermaine Gresham play (

45, 351 Carson Palmer Bengals QB Is Jermaine Gresham getting a comfort level (

45 352 Carson Palmer Bengals QB Having a weapon at TE to throw to like Jermaine Gresham (

45 354 Carson Palmer Bengals QB On Jordan Shipley improving and Quan Cosby as a play maker (

45 355 Carson Palmer Bengals QB On his observation of Denver rookie Tim Tebow (

On Tuesday, we’ll have the comments from wide receiver Jordan Shipley and defensive back David Jones on their play thus far in the pre-season.

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