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The Cincinnati Bengals joined the NFL in 1968 as part of the expansion. They have appeared in 13 playoffs, but have yet to win a Super Bowl championship. Playing from the Paul Brown Stadium, among other great player information can be found on their team websites. Be sure to look at what other fans have to say on the forums and blogs, as well as what the experts have to say on the other news outlets.

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Lazor's new staff could bring some big changes


TDBH: Hot Bengals arrive in frozen Detroit for Super Bowl XVI


Bengals fans pledge over $5K to Blake Bortles' charity


Alexander calls last season his most rewarding


TDBH: Founding Father of Blitzburgh LeBeau leaves Steelers to return to Bengals


Harris packing a Pro Bowl bag


Bengals LS Clark Harris Named to AFC Pro Bowl Team


Hobson's Choice: overhauls


TDBH: Zimmer introduced as defensive coordinator


TDBH:Bengals begin selection of 40 players in expansion draft


Van Pelt's experience a two-way go


TDBH:Bengals go outside PBS but stay in division to make Lewis head coach


'You get whatever you want to get ...'


TDBH: Limping Bengals’ valiant Coliseum stand falls to Raiders in AFC semi


Van Pelt to coach Bengals QBs; Defensive staff complete


Steady hand


Bengals hire Teryl Austin as defensive coordinator


Marvin Lewis wants Andy Dalton to push Bengals


Bengals sign interim OC Bill Lazor to two-year contract


Marvin Lewis stays with Bengals on two-year contract


Marvin Lewis wants to coach Cincinnati Bengals in 2018


Who's safe? Who's out? AFC coaches on hot seat


Bucs are preferred destination in a Jon Gruden return


Bengals place Adam Jones (groin) on injured reserve


JuJu Smith-Schuster, George Iloka suspended 1 game


Jackson on botched Bell tackle: 'Thought he was out'


Steelers LB Ryan Shazier suffers back injury


Steelers overcome adversity, rally to defeat Bengals


Marvin Lewis: John Ross let down Andy Dalton, Bengals