Todd Bertuzzi

Detroit Lions #32 - Running Back

  • Born: 10/01/79
  • Age: 34
  • Height: 5-10
  • Weight: 225

Bernard is a little bit of awesome


Cincinnati Bengals running back Giovani Bernard had a great month in the NFL.

Best Bengals RG since Super Bowl XXIII


Continuing our series of building the best lineup since the Bengals Super Bowl XXIII game.

Impact Rich Braham Had For The Cincinnati Bengals


It's not often that a player sets the standard at a particular position like Rich Braham did at center.

Top-Five Symbolic Wins During Lewis Era: No. 2


The Cincinnati Bengals were nine games into the Marvin Lewis era. The tenth would be one of the greatest wins in the past ten years.

Top-Five Symbolic Wins During Lewis Era: No. 3


The Cincinnati Bengals were a fun team to watch in 2005. More importantly, they did something they hadn't done in 15 years.

49er draftees beyond the gridiron: Tank Carradine


A look into the off-field life of the 49ers' second round selection.

2013 NFL Draft: Bengals Must Add Pass-Catching RB


The Bengals only targeted running backs 50 times last year, which was third fewest in the league. With the departure of the team's best third down back (Brian Leonard) to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers,...

BenJarvus Green-Ellis Thankful For Jim Anderson


Even though Bengals running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis and former running backs coach Jim Anderson were just together for the 2012 season, Green-Ellis learned a lot from the veteran coach.

Bengals must improve running game


If the Cincinnati Bengals want to contend for a Super Bowl, head coach Marvin Lewis knows the running game must get better.

Rebuilding The Offensive Line Will Translate Into A Productive Rushing Offense


With the team's focus to rebuild the offensive line, it should translate into a more efficient rushing offense.

NFL Insider Believes The Cincinnati Bengals Will Make A Run For Running Back Michael Bush


The Cincinnati Bengals have a need to rebuild their running back position. One source for an ESPN Radio station in Denver said that he believes that the Bengals will make a run on Michael Bush.

Mel Kiper Revisits The 2006 NFL Draft


Mel Kiper revisited the 2006 NFL draft and had the Bengals picking somebody other than Johnathan Joseph in the first round.

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