Cole Harvey of ESPN.com reports that Cincinnati Bengals offensive lineman, Andrew Whitworth, suffered a concussion in Wednesday's practice causing Whitworth to miss Thursday's workout. Whitworth, who recently moved from tackle to guard a few weeks ago has already missed some games this season. Whitworth missed the season opener against the Chicago Bears and missed the...
Andrew Whitworth doesn't mind moving.
The Pro Bowl left tackle got shifted inside the Bengals line when left guard Clint Boling tore a knee ligament during a 17-10 win in San Diego on Sunday. Whitworth might just stay at the guard spot when the Bengals (8-4) host the Indianapolis Colts (8-4) on Sunday.
It's a move that Whitworth embraces. He played guard earlier in his...
Via AP on Fox
December 04, 2013
Andrew Whitworth walked purposely toward the sideline as his offensive teammates behind him huddled for their final play of the game. After finding himself in the middle of three chippy scraps in four plays he couldn't help himself.
He waved his arms in the air to urge on the orange-clad Bengals fans celebrating their second home victory against the Steelers in the last 13...
Cincinnati Bengals left tackle Andrew Whitworth is inactive for Sunday's season opener against the Chicago Bears.
Whitworth is recovering from offseason surgery to clean out his left knee, and Cincinnati went easy with him in the offseason and training camp to get him back to full strength. The eight-year veteran had started 67 consecutive games for the Bengals, who drafted...
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September 08, 2013
Bengals left tackle Andrew Whitworth hasn't fully recovered from offseason surgery to clean out his left knee, jeopardizing his chances of playing the season opener at Chicago.
The eighth-year veteran has started 67 consecutive games for the Bengals, who drafted him in the second round in 2006. The Bengals have gone easy with him during the offseason and training camp, giving...
The NFL is still hoping to some day have a franchise in London. If that wasn’t the goal, the league would not be so committed to holding games in England on an annual basis. This season, two games will be played overseas. And Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth is not happy about it. When discussing the [...]
Jaleel Gipson, a 17-year-old high school football player from Farmerville, La., died this past Monday from injuries suffered in a spring football practice on May 9.
Bengals left tackle Andrew Whitworth and his wife Melissa, from nearby West Monroe, La., couldnt help but think of their own children when they heard the tragic news.
The Whitworths reached out to the Gipson family and...
Bengals left tackle Andrew Whitworth has been added to the Pro Bowl squad, replacing Denver's injured Ryan Clady.
Whitworth was a first alternate for the Jan. 27 game in Honolulu. It'll be Whitworth's first trip to the Pro Bowl.
The seventh-year lineman has started every game for the Bengals since 2009. His streak of 67 straight starts is the longest on the team.
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January 15, 2013
Andrew Whitworth is one of the most underrated players in the league. He graded out as ProFootballFocus’ #12 offensive tackle last year, #2 in pass protection, allowing just 3 sacks, 14 pressures, and committing 8 penalties. In 2011, he was ProFootballFocus’ #1 overall offensive tackle, allowing 3 sacks, 14 pressures, and committing 7 penalties, while grading positively against...