J.D. Runnels

Cincinnati Bengals #38 - Fullback

  • Born: 06/19/84
  • Age: 30
  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 248

Hard Knocks helps younger players gain attention


The Cincinnati Bengals can't keep everyone on their talented roster. So as Chris Pressley recalls, Hard Knocks can help those players gain attention from other teams.

Bengals Director Of Football Operations Jim Lippincott Announces Retirement


The Cincinnati Bengals Director of Football Operations Jim Lippincott announced his retirement on Tuesday, according to Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com. According to Joe Reedy with the Cincinnati...

Buccaneers Failed Attempt To Trade With The Bengals: Released Chris Pressley Instead


According to everyone with a science degree that ends with "ology", the moon is actually moving away from the planet Earth (the location you're currently at) at 4.5 cm/year to 5.6 cm/year. While...

Bengals interest in Fahu Tahi displays a big need at fullback


If the Bengals make a run for Naufahu Tahi, there's a chance that he and cousin Fui Vakapuna could reunite. Earlier this morning, Jake wrote a post in response to a report that the B...

Kenny Watson released by the Bengals; as was J.D. Runnels


Well, it's starting. For months, we thought Kenny Watson was a possible casualty. One theory was that the Bengals would keep Cedric Benson, Brian Leonard and Bernard Scott. And it appears that the...

Bengals and FB Fui Vakapuna agree to a four-year deal


On Tuesday, the Cincinnati Bengals announced Fui Vakapuna and the team have reached a four-year deal. The base pay will likely be $1.75 million over the four years, with the guarantee more than...

Why the Jeremi Johnson signing doesn't mean much


Some of you are worried about the team re-signing Jeremi Johnson because it could mean that the Bengals have set their position for training camp competitions; which in the long-run is a concern...

Bears Waive J.D. Runnels


This one caught me off guard.  I recall some decent praise about this guy when we drafted him, but he was injured prior to his rookie season.  Then I didn't hear anything more about him until now. ...

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