The Cincinnati Bengals ditched Bob Bratkowski in favor of Jay Gruden, whose new offense will catapult the Bengals into the Super Bowl in 2012.
As interesting as that is, the focus here is on the other stories that don't get as much coverage.
No need to surf the web for those Cincinnati Bengals stories.
They're all right here.
Carson Palmer is still on track to retire. His house in Cincinnati is up for sale.
This article pretty much sums it up. Palmer has earned plenty of money and is not coming back to the Bengals.
The off-season should be interesting.
CBSSports.com has a pretty informative web site called rapid reports where you can find interesting nuggets like this:
Carson Palmer "threw the most passes in Bengals history this season (586), but 3.4 percent were intercepted (20). Seven QBs with at least 250 attempts endured a higher percentage. He also ranked 21st in passer rating on third down (72.6)."
These facts won't save the world, but they will help quench your thirst for Bengals news.
Way back in 2004, the Cincinnati Bengals drafted Williams in the second round. He finished the 2004 season with 103 tackles. He was hurt for most of 2005, but came back in 2006 with 90 tackles and 74 in 2007.
Williams then went on to the Minnesota Vikings.
Williams is a guy the Bengals should have kept around.
New York Jets star cornerback Darrelle Revis says here that he would like Chad Ochocinco to join his team.
If anyone knows about receivers, it would be a cornerback.Especially one of the best cornerbacks in the league like Revis.
On the other hand, this could be a publicity stunt.
Like Ochocinco, Revis is sponsored by Motorola and is part of the OCNN.
According to this, some dude pretended to be a Cincinnati Bengals football player at a nightclub. He was able to steal $500 from a woman in a scam.
He probably chose the Bengals for his scam because nobody would believe he played for any other team.