Cincinnati (AP)—A year after they were featured on HBO’s “Hard Knocks,” the
Bengals have scripted their own reality show.
T.O. and Ocho. Two self-conscious stars, one NFL team.
How will they fit? How will it work? Which receiver will provide most of the
And, more importantly, will any of it help the Bengals get back to the
The Bengals reached a contract agreement with receiver Terrel Owens on
Tuesday, two persons familiar with the situation told The Associated Press. He’s
expected to report to training camp in a day or two and sign a one-year deal
that will pay him $2 million with a chance for an additional $2 million in