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Bengals’ logo redisigned

A few months ago, a Reddit user by the name of OspreyDawn, designed a set of new logos for al 32 NFL teams. Here is his rendition of the Bengals logo, along with the other logos from the AFC North         See the rest of the NFL’s logos here. You may also be interested in:Bengals’ logo redisignedFantasy Preview: Cincinnati Bengals’ Andy Dalton rated as top-15 QB optionBengals...
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Atkins, Hall among nine Bengals placed on PUP

CINCINNATI -- The Bengals did some tinkering with the roster on Monday, three days before they hold their first training camp practice. Most of their moves involved the status of injured players who haven't yet been medically cleared for practice, although there is the possibility that could change by Thursday. All-Pro defensive tackle Geno Atkins (ACL) and cornerback Leon Hall...
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Cincinnati Bengals sign Lakendrick Ross

The Cincinnati Bengals signed former Virginia-Lynchburg defensive tackle Lakendrick Ross, according to his agent Glen Lansky. At 6-foot-5, 360 pounds, Ross has excellent agility and athleticism, especially for a small-school prospect. The trifecta of size, speed, and strength bring a unique prospect for the NFL. Ross held a workout on July 7th, at IC Norcum High School, in Ports...
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Bengals have signed massive DT LaKendrick Ross

Today the Cincinnati Bengals signed former Virginia Lynchburg defensive tackle LaKendrick Ross.  The former 6’5, 360 pound defensive tackle was in town for a work out today, and inked a deal.  Ross will be a very useful player for the Bengals but will still need to be get whooped into shape.  Ross is a very […] The post Bengals have signed massive DT LaKendrick Ross appeared...
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Mark Ingram and Jeremy Hill to carve out roles in 2014; vying for FSLR's Ultimate Sleeper title

Chris Meaney marches in with Mark Ingram: Mark Ingram has been hampered by injuries and has yet to live up to his first round draft stock from 2011. Ingram was the first back selected, 28 spots after the Panthers took Cam Newton. The Saints recently declined Ingram’s 2015 option making this year a now or never situation in New Orleans for the former Heisman winner. As as much...
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Under-appreciated WRs Brian Hartline and Marvin Jones vie for the FSLR Ultimate Sleeper title

Adam Pfeifer stumps for Brian Hartline: Brian Hartline is the pickle you never eat with your sandwich, the receipt you never hang onto, the program you are handed on your way inside the baseball stadium. You notice it at first, but ultimately forget about it entirely. Hartline has very, very quietly recorded over 1,000 yards and 70 catches in each of the last two seasons, but the...
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Bengals WR Marvin Jones eyeing huge season, wants to double his stats

Marvin Jones quietly put together an excellent season for the Bengals last year, and the third-year player is eyeing an even bigger season this year. Jones caught 51 passes for 712 yards and 10 touchdowns last season and told Larry Brown Sports in an interview last week that he has some “huge goals” and aims […]
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Watch: Andy Dalton Is Unstoppable At Pop-A-Shot

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton may not have the strongest or most accurate arm in the NFL, but when it comes to the pop-a-shot arcade game, “Red Rifle” looks absolutely unstoppable. Photo Credit: In an Instagram video posted by Bengals receiver Marvin Jones, Dalton fires on at least 16 consecutive shots. 612 Embed by In three NFL seasons...
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Linebacker Dontay Moch should think carefully about how to celebrate his birthday

Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Dontay Moch turns 26 years old today. Moch better not spend his day partying. Rather Moch should be digesting the Cincinnati playbook for the second (and possibly his last) time. Early Roots Moch played football at Hamilton High School in his hometown of Chandler, Arizona. There, Moch starred on the defensive side of the ball, leading his team to...
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Bengals expected to sign Andy Dalton to an extension soon

Mike Garafolo and Peter Schrager of FOX Sports expect the Bengals to sign quarterback Andy Dalton to a long-term extension soon. var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Loading... ZergNet The post Bengals expected to sign Andy Dalton to an extension soon appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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Cincinnati Bengals: Why to watch Emmanuel Lamur at training camp

Last season, the Cincinnati Bengals’ defensive unit finished third best in the NFL, and this season they have the tools to repeat, and even improve. They get key players back in defensive tackle Geno Atkins and cornerback Leon Hall, and one maybe unheard of player outside of Cincinnati, Emmanuel Lamur. Lamur missed all of the 2013 season when he injured his shoulder in the final...
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Rewind: Training camp previews + a whole lot more

In case you missed it: Columns from the cover32 universe to catch up on anything and everything from the Cincinnati Bengals this week. Training Camp Previews: Quarterback Wide receiver Running back Tight End   Other stories from cover32 – Cincinnati:  5 ways to kill the last offseason weekend Get to know Bengals offensive center T.J. Johnson 4 hopeful headlines: can A.J. Green...
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A.J. Green looking for playoff redemption in 2014

Cincinnati Bengals WR A.J. Green's three wild card game peformances just didn't cut it, and he knows it. But in 2014, Green's looking to erase those memories and prvide the saprk to the team that gets them over the hump. "If I play good, the team plays well," Green said at his youth football camp at a suburban Cincinnati high school, via ESPN's Cole...
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Bengals will host DT LaKendrick Ross on Monday

On Monday the Cincinnati Bengals will host LaKendrick Ross the former defensive tackle of Virginia Lynchburg. The 6’5, 360 pound defensive tackle entered the supplemental draft and was not selected earlier this month. If Ross is signed their will be two former Vulcans in the NFL. The other is cornerback Keith Lewis of the Tampa […] The post Bengals will host DT LaKendrick Ross...
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AJ McCarron and Katherine Webb tie the knot

Cincinnati Bengals rookie backup quarterback AJ McCarron and model Katherine Webb were married Saturday night at the Orange Beach United Methodist Church in Alabama, reports. McCarron, the former Alabama quarterback and the first QB to win back-to back national championships in the BCS era, met Webb on Twitter in 2012. 
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