Jessie Bates III

Cincinnati Bengals #30 - Safety

  • Born: 02/26/97
  • Age: 24
  • Height: 6'1"
  • Weight: 200
  • Seasons: 2018

Jessie Bates explains what makes Joe Burrow special

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The quarterback of the Bengals’ defense speaks on the quarterback of the offense.

Bengals News (2/1): Tight end options

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The Bengals could look to upgrade the tight end position during free agency or the draft.

Bengals 2020 season awards: Defensive MVP

The Cincinnati Bengals’ defense was far from perfect in 2020, but there were some stars on that side of the ball this year.

PFWA honors Jessie Bates and Giovani Bernard

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

Xavien Howard, Jason Sanders, Jakeem Grant named 2020 All-Pros

The Associated Press released their 2020 All-Pro list on Friday, with two members of the Miami Dolphins finding their names on the list. On the first team listing, cornerback Xavien Howard and...

Jessie Bates voted to AP All-Pro Second Team

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Was Cincinnati’s defensive MVP robbed of more recognition?

T.J. Watt the only member of the Steelers to make the PFF All-Pro team

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The Pittsburgh Steelers are preparing for the playoffs, but Pro Football Focus gave T.J. Watt a nice honor.

Three Chiefs make PFF’s All-Pro list for 2020

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On Monday. the football analytics site Pro Football Focus released their list of NFL All-Pros for the 2020 season. PFF’s Sam Monson picked three Kansas City Chiefs for the first team — and one for...

Ravens vs Bengals: 5 keys to victory

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The Ravens control their own destiny this week against the Bengals. Baltimore will make the playoffs with a win on Sunday, but Cincinnati will be looking to play spoiler on the heels of a two-game...

Bengals vs. Ravens Injury Report: Tyler Boyd limited, William Jackson DNP with concussions

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Jackson is in danger of missing what could be his last game in Cincinnati.

Bengals News (12/29): Big plays off the field

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Geno Atkins is as great with his off the field ventures as he has been on the field for the Bengals over his career, and the team wanted to make sure he gets recognized for it.