Giovani Bernard

Cincinnati Bengals #25 - Running Back

  • Born: 11/22/91
  • Age: 29
  • Height: 5'9"
  • Weight: 205
  • Seasons: 2013

Best available running backs on the Week 3 waiver wire

Looking for help at running back ahead of Week 3? We take a look at five players widely available in Yahoo! Fantasy Football leagues.

Best available running backs on the Week 2 waiver wire

Looking for help at running back? We take a look at five players widely available in ESPN fantasy football leagues.

Best available quarterbacks on the Week 2 waiver wire

Looking for help at quarterback? We take a look at five players widely available in ESPN fantasy football leagues.

Report: Eagles hire new assistant head coach/running backs coach

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Another addition to Nick Sirianni’s staff.

Bengals News (1/26): Cutting into more space

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Some cuts the Bengals could make to give themselves more wiggle room in free agency.

Bengals 2020 season awards: Offensive MVP

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Some exciting rookies led the way on the Bengals’ offensive unit in 2020.

Bengals 2020 season awards: Win of the Year

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The Bengals doubled their win total from 2019. Vote for which win was your favorite!

Bengals’ athletic trainer has confidence in Joe Burrow’s recovery

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Paul Sparling has seen several other Bengals come back from ACL injuries during his time with the Bengals. If they can do it, so can Burrow.

PFWA honors Jessie Bates and Giovani Bernard

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Well-deserved honors for two of the Bengals’ leaders.

What to do with Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt in the Wild Card round of the 2021 NFL playoffs

We go over the fantasy football and DFS outlook of Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt ahead of the Browns Wild Card matchup against the Steelers in the 2021 NFL Playoffs.

Bengals will have all 3 of Zac Taylor’s coordinators returning in 2021

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Really only one of these names are surprising, but we will see how this plays out in 2021.

Bengals vs. Ravens snap counts show one-sided affair in Cincinnati

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It isn’t a secret to anyone that the Bengals are missing a ton of playmakers, but where is the effort to get the best players on the field?