Geno Atkins

Cincinnati Bengals #97 - Defensive Tackle

  • Born: 03/28/88
  • Age: 26
  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 303
  • Seasons: 5

Lewis texts Green to talk extension


The Cincinnati Bengals are on FIRE with long-term deals being signed by their foundation players. Geno Atkins and Carlos Dunlap are here long-term, and so is Andy Dalton. They say A.J. Green is...

McCoy will get an extension - but at what cost?


Gerald McCoy will set the market for defensive tackles.

Medical insight on Goodwin, sickle cell

Early in training camp, Marquise Goodwin lost practice time to sickle cell. What does that mean for the Bills receiver over the long haul?

Bengals believe Atkins will be ready for week one

Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins has been out since suffering a torn ACL injury against the Miami Dolphins last year. Currently on PUP, Atkins should be ready for Week 1... according...

Barring Setback, Hall Should be on Field this Week


Unless Hall has suffered a setback, he should be on the field practicing this weekend.

Atkins' eventual return offers two questions


There have been multiple suggestions when Geno Atkins could eventually return. Unfortunately, when he returns isn't necessarily the most important question. Will he ever be the same?

Face of the Cincinnati Bengals Franchise


It's usually a good thing to have multiple players worthy of being called the face of your franchise. That's the case with the Bengals.

Geno Atkins Among World's Highest-Paid Athletes


One of the best players in the NFL is also one of the highest-paid professional athletes in the world in Geno Atkins.

Archer entering division preparing to stop the run

The Steelers' third round pick met with SB Nation's Dan Rubenstein at the NFL Rookie Premiere, and surprise, a conversation about his size came up.

The Return of Physical Offense to Pittsburgh


While I have the utmost faith in the Vontaze-led Bengals defense, the revamped Steelers backfield is certainly pause for concern.

Geno Atkins voted 48th in Top 100 Players of 2013


The year as a whole may go down as a year to forget after tearing his ACL in Week 9, but it was still nice to see his peers show him enough respect to vote him into the Top 100 after missing half...

Polanco replaces DeCastro as Next Big Thing

Both highly touted Pittsburgh prospects had to wait well beyond opening day for their careers to start. Neither had particularly great games but the days of two of the best prospects Pittsburgh has...

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