Tyler Eifert


Bengals Officially Place Eifert On PUP

This shouldn’t come as a shock to Steelers’ Nation, and definitely not to Cincinnati Bengals’ fans, but the AFC North foes have officially placed tight end Tyler Eifert on the Active/PUP list today. So that's WR Simonise now official, RB Mobley and DE Johnson let go, Eifert, Thompson, Wright to…

Tyler Eifert

Tyler Eifert Expected To Miss Steelers-Bengals Opener

The Pittsburgh Steelers have quite the slate of athletic tight ends to face this year. But they’ll only have to see Cincinnati Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert once. Director of player personnel Duke Tobin had a Q&A with fans on the team website yesterday. In it, he made it seem…

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Browns’ Gary Barnidge The Latest AFC North TE To Have Surgery

The Pittsburgh Steelers are patiently waiting on free agent acquisition Ladarius Green to dress for the first time at the tight end position as he heals from offseason ankle surgery. Cincinnati Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert recently underwent surgery on his ankle, the recovery time from which might bleed into…


Bengals TE Tyler Eifert’s Hope To Avoid Surgery Backfires

While the Pittsburgh Steelers were well aware of the injury situation surrounding their new tight end, with Ladarius Green undergoing ankle surgery early in the offseason well before he signed a free agent contract, the Cincinnati Bengals were clearly not as familiar with the nature or extent of the injury…

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Two-Tight End Offense Could Be Key For Bengals In 2016

While the Cincinnati Bengals may have had to deal with the loss of some significant resources along the offensive side of the ball during the course of this offseason—in particular, wide receivers Marvin Jones and Mohammed Sanu, and offensive coordinator Hue Jackson—their cupboard is far from bare. As I detailed…

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Bengals Offense In Good Hands Under Ken Zampese

I don’t think it’s hard to imagine the Cincinnati Bengals offense taking a bit of a step back in the 2016 season following the losses of two of their top wide receivers in Marvin Jones and Mohammed Sanu, and perhaps even more significantly, the departure of offensive coordinator Hue Jackson,…

Ryan Shazier

The Pessimist’s Take: Ryan Shazier Has It Covered

The Pittsburgh Steelers have, by and large, been on an upward swing over the course of the past two and a half seasons after they missed the playoffs for two straight seasons, and failed to win a postseason game in four straight years. Last season saw them gain that elusive…

Tyler Eifert

Revisiting 2013 First Round After Fifth-Year Option Deadline

With Monday’s deadline having now passed for teams who wished to exercise the fifth-year options on their 2013 first-round draft picks, now would be a valuable time to look back at that draft class, and in the first round in particular, to evaluate what we have seen in terms of…

Mohamed Sanu

Burgeoning Bengals Offense Forced To Restock WR Corps

When it has come to free agency this offseason in the AFC North, the Ohio teams have not fared well in terms of retaining their own. The Browns, for certain, have lost a lot of important pieces, including two starting offensive linemen. The Cincinnati Bengals, as well, have now lost…

Ryan Shazier

Steelers Film Room: Ryan Shazier Vs Bengals

Ryan Shazier played a good game for the Pittsburgh Steelers during the Wildcard game, that much is no secret. It’s likely that the team would have lost had he not played, given his 13 tackles, two passes defensed, and two forced fumbled, with one recovery. But while it was not…


David Todd: Quick Thoughts On Steelers Versus Bengals Wild Card Game

In one of the craziest and most-dramatic games I’ve ever seen, the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 18-16 at rain-soaked Paul Brown Stadium Saturday night in the Wild Card round of the NFL playoffs. As a boy I attended the Immaculate Reception game which, for me, will never be…

Jarvis Jones

Jarvis Jones Authors Biggest Play Of Career In Steelers’ Victory

Third-year Pittsburgh Steelers first-round draft pick Jarvis Jones may not have lit up the stats sheet, as usual playing in a rotation at right outside linebacker with James Harrison, but he did orchestrate the biggest play of his career, which helped Pittsburgh win their first playoff game in five years….