Bengals History

Every Cincinnati Bengals Ring of Honor nominee, thoughts on each

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It’s going to be hard not to vote for any of these Bengals.

Seriously, how do you leave any of these guys off of the list? Well, that’s how the cookies crumble sometimes. You’ve already been introduced (or reintroduced) to eight team legends. Here are nine more.

David Fulcher: This young man appeared in 106 career games with 103 starts if you include what he’s done in the postseason. He earned three Pro Bowl nods (1988–1990), a First-Team All-Pro nod in 1989, and a Second-Team All-Pro nod in 1990.

Chad Johnson: All you need to say is ‘Ochocinco’ (even though that doesn’t mean 85), and everyone knows who you’re talking about.

Tim Krumrie: Tim Krumrie is most remembered for his Super Bowl injury, but what he should be remembered for is 1,017 tackles, 34.5 sacks, two Pro Bowl nods (1987, 1988), a First-Team All-Pro nod in 1988, and a Second-Team All-Pro nod in 1987.

Dave Lapham: Dave Lapham appeared in 145 games with the Bengals in ten seasons from 1974 to 1983 with 110 starts. He’ll wind up in the Bengals Ring of Honor, if not now then soon.

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