Famous Past Players of The Cincinnati Bengals
Ken Anderson, Quarterback
No one wore a Bengals uniform longer than Ken Anderson. Quarterbacking Cincinnati for 16 years, Anderson started in 172 of his 192 games between 1971-1986. Not only is Anderson's longevity impressive, but his numbers were as well.
Anderson remains the franchise leader in passing yards with 32,838. His 197 touchdown passes also ranks first for the Bengals (Bengals.com). Anderson was a member of the Bengals.com Hall of Fame inaugural class and between his contributions on the field and his impact on Cincinnati as a whole, Ken Anderson whole-heartedly deserves to be the No. 2-ranked Bengal of all time.
Corey Dylan, Running Back
Former Bengals Running Back Corey Dylan left Cincinnati as their all-time leading rusher, and that still stands today. With 8,061 yards on 1,865 carries, Dillon ranks first in both categories among all Bengals. Dillon played in 107 games as a Bengal, starting 95 of them. Dillon also added 192 catches for 1,482 receiving yards. Dillon was selected to the Pro Bowl three times during his career-each year between 1999-2001.
Reggie Williams, Linebacker
While in Cincinnati, Williams accumulated 62.5 sacks ranking him second all-time in Bengals history. Williams is also second in Bengals’ history in games played with 206 and third in consecutive games played with 137. He also holds the franchise record for fumble recoveries with 23.