Bengals will honor legends during first two games

Former Bengals wide receiver Chad Johnson, aka as "Ochocinco," is seen here trying to get past Buffalo defender Drayton Florence in a 2010 game in Paul Brown Stadium.
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Former Bengals wide receiver Chad Johnson, aka as "Ochocinco," is seen here trying to get past Buffalo defender Drayton Florence in a 2010 game in Paul Brown Stadium.

The Bengals will honor 24 figures of the team’s past at halftime ceremonies during its first two games this season.

The first week of our 50th Season features 2 home games & we will honor #Bengals Legends at halftime. #Bengals50

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The ceremonies will be held at the intermission of the Ravens game on Sunday, Sept. 10, and the Texas game on Thursday, Sept. 14.

In the former, the team will honor quarterback Ken Anderson, receiver Isaac Curtis, cornerback Ken Riley, cornerback and return specialist Lemar Parrish, among others.

The team will host receivers Chad Johnson, Chris Collingsworth and T.J. Houshmandzadeh, offensive lineman Max Montoya, linebacker Bill Bergey and more during the Texans game.

Cincinnati opens with back-to-back home games for the first time since 1983.

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