Jul 26, 2014; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green (18) attempts to make a catch during training camp at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Kansas City Chiefs : Start Time, Live Stream, TV Info and Injury Report

 

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Date:  August 7, 2014

Location: Arrowhead Stadium

Kickoff Time:  8 pm, Eastern Time

TV Info:

WKRC-TV (CBS Channel 12) in Cincinnati

WKEF-TV (ABC Channel 22) — Dayton

WSYXTV (ABC Channel 6) — Columbus

WDRB-TV (FOX Channel 41) — Louisville, KY

 

Radio:  WCKY-AM (1530) and WEBN-FM (102.7)

Live Stream:  NFL.com Preseason Live

Replay:  This game will also be shown on the NFL Network at 10 am ET of Friday, August 8

 

Bengals Injuries:

When the Cincinnati Bengals take the field in about an hour against the Kansas City Chiefs, several prominent players are expected to be held out of the lineup, according to Paul Dehner, Jr., via Twitter:


While not all of the absences can be chalked up to known injuries, some certainly can be.  A.J. McCarron continues to battle a balky shoulder, Andre Smith suffered a concussion last week, and both Clint Boling and Geno Atkins are recovering from off-season ACL surgery.  Even without this group of players, the Bengals should be interesting to watch tonight.    

All eyes will be on the suddenly well-paid Andy Dalton and how he interacts with rookie center Russell Bodine, who is causing some nervous moments on the Bengals’ sideline.  Dalton will be in charge of new offensive coordinator Hue Jackson’s run-centric schemes, so the QB will need to find a balance between his running back corp and superstar receiver A.J. Green.   If Dalton and Jackson can blend this talented group together, we could be in for some fireworks.

 

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