The Bengals First 50 recognizes a tip 50 late Bengals players as voted on by fans and media. More than 160,000 fan votes were cast, that accounted for 50 percent of a results. The other 50 percent was dynamic by 24 members of a media who have lonesome or now cover a team. The final list facilities a tip 50 late players who perceived a many votes, rather than a fixed series of players during any position.
Ten players will be announced any day during 10:00 a.m. on Bengals.com with a video countdown featuring Bengals radio broadcasters Dan Hoard and Dave Lapham.
The Bengals First 50 and other Bengals Legends will be famous during halftime ceremonies during each unchanging deteriorate home game, that will embody video highlights and an on-field presentation.
Visit Bengals.com/50 to stay present on all skeleton and announcements surrounding a Bengals 50th Season. Fans also are speedy to use a hashtag #Bengals50 on amicable media.
BENGALS FIRST 50 CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
50 – Stanford Jennings: Scored a touchdown in Super Bowl XXIII with a 93-yard kickoff return. In a tip 5 in group story for kickoff earnings (136), kickoff lapse yards (2752) and longest kickoff lapse (98-yard touchdown opposite Kansas City in 1988).
49 – Tim McGee: Bengals initial turn breeze preference in 1986. Third in group story for normal yards per accepting (16.68). Led group in receptions (65) and receiving yards (1211) in 1989, including 5 100-yard games.
48 – Robert Geathers: Two-time group personality in sacks and one of 10 Bengals to have 10 or some-more sacks in a season, carrying purebred 10.5 in 2006. Holds group record for fail lapse yards in a season, with 113 in 2009. Recipient of a Ed Block Courage Award in 2013, given to players who best denote joining to values of sportsmanship and courage.
47 – Brian Simmons: Bengals initial turn breeze preference in 1998. Versatile linebacker who played all 3 spots in 122 games as a Bengal. Led group in tackles in 1999, 2003 and 2004.
46 – Greg Cook: Holds group record for normal yards per flitting try in a deteriorate with 9.41 yards per try in 1969. Led AFL in flitting in 1969, joining on 106 of 197 passes for a 53.81 execution percentage.
45 – Eric Thomas: Member of Super Bowl XXIII team. In a tip 15 in group story for career interceptions (15). Blocked 3 margin goals in 1991. Made Pro Bowl in 1988.
44 – Doug Pelfrey: Third in group story in sum points, with 660 points scored. Holds group record for uninterrupted additional points done (103) and ranks third in margin idea commission (77.27).
43 – Ross Browner: Bengals initial turn breeze preference in 1978 and named to all-rookie team. Third in group story for career sacks, with 59 sacks. Led group in sacks in 1978, 1979 and 1985. Led group in tackles in Super Bowl XVI.
42 – Lee Johnson: Holds group annals for sum punts (746), career punting yards (32,196) and punts inside a 20-yard line (186). His 63-yard punt in Super Bowl XXIII ranks second in Super Bowl history.
41 – Justin Smith: Bengals initial turn breeze preference in 2001. Sixth in group story with 43.5 career sacks. Led a line in tackles for 6 true seasons.