14. Larry Kinnebrew (2,582)
Bengals RB from 1983-1987
The Bengals spent a sixth-round pick on Larry Kinnebrew out of Tennessee State in the 1983 NFL Draft. He didn’t have the same impact that Paul Robinson did as a rookie, rushing for a mere 156 yards and three touchdowns during the ’83 season.
He picked up the pace in year 2, totaling 623 yards and tripling his touchdown numbers with nine. In 1985, he had a career year, racking up 714 yards and tying the nine touchdown total from the year before.
Kinnebrew wasn’t able to match his 714-yard total for the rest of his career but he continued to be put up decent numbers. He went over the 500-yard mark in both 1986 and 1987, which ended up being his final two years with the Bengals.
In 1988, Kinnebrew joined the Buffalo Bills and had 533 rushing yards. He played for them one more year before his NFL career came to a close at the end of the 1989 season.
Larry Kinnebrew might not have been a superstar but his 2,582 yards are still good for 14th all-time in Bengals history.