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Bengals receiver A.J. Green hurt, carted off 1st practice

Receiver A.J. Green hurt his left ankle or foot near the end of the Bengals’ first practice and had to be carted off the field, an early setback for a team trying to escape last place. Green appeared to land awkwardly on the foot while trying to catch a pass during a 7-on-7 drill.

Andre Smith returns as Bengals open camp with line questions

The Bengals reported for the start of their first camp under coach Zac Taylor, with a lot of new systems yet to learn and abundant questions about an offensive line that’s once again a work in progress. The line has been in flux since the end of the 2016 season.

Bengals sign WR Tyler Boyd to 4-year contract extension

Receiver Tyler Boyd signed a four-year contract extension on Tuesday, coming off his breakthrough season with the Cincinnati Bengals. Boyd was a second-round pick out of Pittsburgh in 2016 and was entering the final year on his contract.

Can Zac Taylor take long-suffering Bengals the next step?

Zac Taylor convinced the Bengals that he’s ready to be their head coach at a young age with little NFL coaching experience. Now he has to face another question: Can the 35-year-old coach take the Bengals to a place that his predecessors failed to reach? In the last 28 years, the Bengals have managed only seven winning seasons and no playoff victory.

With wait over, Zac Taylor and Brian Flores become head coaches

After 16 years without a playoff win under Marvin Lewis, the Bengals decided to try something different. But they had to wait more than a month before hiring Zac Taylor as their next coach in hopes of ending a long streak of futility. Taylor’s already been in town enough to know the history.