Cincinnati Bengals QB Andy Dalton's two lost suitcases were finally returned to him after they fell out of his truck bed early Wednesday morning.
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Cornerback Leon Hall has provided the Bengals with solid play and leadership when healthy, but it could be time to part ways.
Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer
Andy Dalton is close to finally throwing again following his Dec. 13 thumb injury. His hand isn't quite 100 percent yet, but should be soon. He's expecting to get his share of throws in next month when he visits throwing coaches Tom House and Adam Dedeaux in Southern California.
Andy Dalton still hasn't thrown a football since breaking his thumb back in mid-December, but is looking forward to offseason work.
Far from a Burfict record
Vontaze Burfict has already been fined over $200k in his career. If his 3-game suspension to start 2016 is upheld, he would lose another $500K.
Running with a chip on his shoulder
C.J. Anderson didn't let the disappointment of draft day hold him back. The undrafted free agent has outproduced 23 of the 26 running backs selected in 2013.
Bengals quarterback takes to Twitter in search of his lost luggage.
Predicting Cincinnati's offseason
The Bengals have made it a priority to retain their own in free agency in recent years. But Coley Harvey doesn't see that approach working quite as well this offseason. Offseason predictions
Duke Johnson was a bright spot in another bad year in Cleveland, finishing second in the NFL in receptions among rookies.
Jones brings baggage and success
Adam Jones will be 33 in September and has a long history of baggage to his name. But he can still play corner at a high level, making him a good short-term option in free agency. Free-agent sleepers (Insider)
Antonio Brown's 1,834 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns make him our writers' unanimous choice for the AFC North offensive player of the year.
Campbell's donated 30 cans of soup to a local foodbank for every tackle made by a Bengals defender in 2015, equating to more than 43,000 servings.
Like Cam Newton, energy and enthusiasm were key components to Andy Dalton's style of play this season.
Marvin Jones plans to test the market
The pending free-agent wide receiver told NFL Media that he won't be giving the Bengals a hometown discount. With a weak market for wideouts, Jones could be on his way out of Cincinnati. NFL rumors roundup
Geno Atkins had 11 sacks for the AFC North champion Cincinnati Bengals defense.
When you consider the Bengals' offseason changes and reliance on younger players, you do have to wonder if a Super Bowl LI run really is in the cards.
The Bengals were active free-agent players the day after the Super Bowl, adding a veteran cornerback and a young offensive tackle.
Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer
The day after the Super Bowl, the Bengals made a couple of free agent signings, adding vet CB Chykie Brown and OT Darryl Baldwin. The Bengals already had two CBs and two OTs slated to hit free agency next month (Adam Jones, Leon Hall, Eric Winston and Andre Smith)
Bengals steady, but have work to do
A strong season fell apart after Andy Dalton's thumb injury, but the Bengals have stable talent for the future. Still, our panel left them out of the top five. Way-too-early Power Rankings
Crystal ball: Bengals top Cards in SB LI
It's never too early to predict how next year's big game will shake out. Dan Graziano thinks the Bengals and Cardinals will meet in Super Bowl LI in Houston, with Cincinnati prevailing. Crystal ball for 2016
Never too early to look at next year
New England, Pittsburgh and Seattle all opened with the best odds to dethrone Denver next season, according to the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook. Denver is given 14-1 odds to defend its title.