1. Big-Time Campers

    As the Bengals head into their three-day mandatory minicamp Tuesday, the best news is their best players are looking the way they should after nine voluntary workouts over the last three weeks...

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  2. Andy Dalton Will Be Starter for a While, Bengals Reporters Say

    No player on the Cincinnati Bengals has been the target of more criticism than quarterback Andy Dalton , who has had his share of inconsistencies and big game struggles in the past...

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  3. End Stretch Is Toughest Stretch of Cincinnati Bengals' 2015 Schedule

    CINCINNATI -- Later this week on ESPN's Cincinnati Bengals blog, we'll break down the Bengals' schedule by looking at how they fared in their previous games against each team they are set to face this season...

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  4. Kirkpatrick Spreads Positive Energy at Annual 21 Kids Free Football Camp

    For Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick, it was all about spreading positive energy to the children Saturday morning at his third annual free youth football camp. “I just want to constantly keep uplifting them and...

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  5. Bengals' Need for Speed Requires More Eating

    On one end of the Cincinnati Bengals ' locker room, Will Clarke has spent a few sessions of organized training activities talking about adding 20 pounds to his 6-foot, 6-inch frame...

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  6. Why Every Day Is Flag Day for Whit

    Jump school. Sniper school. Lee got banged up and hurt, but he kept at it and became a Special Amphibious Reconnaissance corpsman attached to the Marines...

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  7. Cincinnati Bengals Rookie Mario Alford's Speed Impressed Andy Dalton

    As the Cincinnati Bengals opened a series of 1-on-1 receiving drills during this week's open organized team activity (OTA), quarterback Andy Dalton let go of a tight-spiraled deep ball toward the left pylon...

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  8. Jeremy Hill Poised to Lead Bengals in 2015

    Andrew Whitworth may think the Bengals need more swagger, but one current player has exactly the confidence and attitude he's talking about. That guy is Jeremy Hill and Chris Wesseling of NFL ...

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  9. Bengals Sign Cedric Ogbuehi

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  10. Jeremy Hill, Bengals Offense Better Than You Think

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  11. What Cincinnati Bengals' Andy Dalton Is Doing to Reduce Turnovers

    CINCINNATI -- Interceptions have been the bane of Andy Dalton 's entire career. Specifically, it's the inconsistency, borne out of a random spates of picked-off passes, that has ...

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  12. Andrew Whitworth: Bengals Need More Swagger

    Could 'swagger' be the missing ingredient to make the Bengals a true Super Bowl contender? They've certainly shown the potential to contend for a Super Bowl every year during their four straight playoff berths...

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  13. Slants and Screens: DL Rotation; Fisher Adjusting Technique; Jones a T.J. Pupil

    Bengals defensive line coach Jay Hayes is vying for an eight-man rotation. It already looks like he has seven with the five starters (consider all-everything end-tackle Wallace Gilberry a No...

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  14. Jake Fisher Flashing Athleticism and Hands in Bengals OTAs

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  15. Bengals: Full Position Breakdown and Depth Chart Analysis at Running Back

    When it comes to upcoming Cincinnati Bengals roster battles, it's easy to focus on wideout and along the defense, but perhaps most interesting of all is the one at running back...

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  16. Houshmandzadeh at OTAs

    T.J. Houshmandzadeh speaks after joining the coaching staff as an intern in the 2015 Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship program. After OTAs, he'll also work next week's June 16-18 mandatory minicamp...

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  17. Devon Still's #SackCancer Campaign Raised $141,428

    Last year, Devon Still set up a Pledge It campaign where each person who contributed donated a select amount of.....

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  18. Bengals OTA Notes and Observations: Fisher the Receiver; OSU Visitor

    CINCINNATI (Richard Skinner) -- Bengals second-round draft pick Jake Fisher was an offensive lineman at Oregon and projects to play both tackle and guard in the NFL , but on Tuesday ...

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  19. Bengals Receiver Mohamed Sanu: What It's Like to Be a Stock

    The athlete signed with Fantex Brokerages one year ago. Even if you're an NFL fan, you may not be familiar with Mohamed Sanu...

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  20. Margus Hunt Opens Up About Injury That's Kept Him out of Bengals OTAs

    CINCINNATI -- A pre-existing back injury has kept Margus Hunt out for all of the Cincinnati Bengals ' organized team activities (OTAs) this spring, the third-year defensive end said Tuesday, addressing the injury for the first time...

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  21. Geno Looking Like Geno

    Geno Atkins is looking like Geno Atkins again. Maybe even better. After practice Tuesday, Bengals defensive line coach Jay Hayes offered a whistle longer than LeBron's minutes when asked just exactly how good Atkins has looked this spring...

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  22. Top 10 Potential Bengals Breakout Players 2015: No. 9, Mario Alford

    When a team goes to the playoffs four consecutive years, it's hard to imagine a rookie seventh-round pick making much of an impact, much less the final roster. Still, the Cincinnati Bengals have struck gold with picks in that round, most notably T...

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  23. Bengals' Emmanuel Lamur Needs to Emerge in 2015

    When the Cincinnati Bengals take the field in 2015, Emmanuel Lamur will need to be amongst those in stripes who are most ready to hit the field running, so to speak. Lamur will need to have a big year in the coming season or risk being marginalized...

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  24. Bengals' Rex Burkhead: Ready for the Next Step

    Cincinnati Bengals running back Rex Burkhead is ready for a bigger role! Since he arrived in the NFL in 2013, he has mostly been a game time inactive due to the running backs ahead of him: Jeremy Hill, Giovani Bernard and Cedric Peerman...

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  25. Houshmandzadeh Brings His Chip

    Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson has made no bones this offseason about looking to extend his unit's mean streak and has been looking to light some competitive fires along the way...

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