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    Bengals apparently signed some OT/G dude named Bobby Hart. He played for the Giants.

    NY Post beat writer tweeted “Giants couldn’t wait to get rid of him.”


    ...You may now go back to trimming your fingernails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mongo View Post
    Bengals apparently signed some OT/G dude named Bobby Hart. He played for the Giants.

    NY Post beat writer tweeted “Giants couldn’t wait to get rid of him.”


    ...You may now go back to trimming your fingernails.
    He's pretty much terrible. He'll probably give Ced a run for his money, if that tells you anything. Really lame signing, but he's only 23.. and hey, Jethro's only 25!

    Just wondering... when he fires off at the snap, is that called a Hart Attack?

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    Quote Originally Posted by texbengal View Post
    He's pretty much terrible. He'll probably give Ced a run for his money, if that tells you anything. Really lame signing, but he's only 23.. and hey, Jethro's only 25!

    Just wondering... when he fires off at the snap, is that called a Hart Attack?
    Bobby socks

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    Jim OwczarskiVerified account @JimOwczarski 11h11 hours agoMore



    AJ McCarron can’t be discussed at NFL Combine - but #Raiders coach Jon Gruden spoke about hiring former #Bengals DC Paul Guenther.

    https://t.co/grfWdE1waQ

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    Not sure if it makes good business sense, but it doesn't matter. The Brown family is too loyal, he won't get cut.

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    arvin Lewis: John Ross 'was not a miss' by Bengals
    The wayward debut served as a troubling start for Ross, but Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis refused to write off his young pass-catcher. "John Ross was not a miss, he got hurt," Lewis said Friday from the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, per ESPN's Katherine Terrell.

    Quick hits: Lewis focuses on offense, Bodine, Eifert, Coleman
    During Friday morning’s media availability at the NFL scouting combine Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis reiterated he’s pinning much of his hopes of a turnaround on a renovated offense spearheaded by new permanent coordinator Bill Lazor. His ability to put the offense together. I felt really comfortable with that. Excited about,” Lewis said on why he tuned to Lazor after his interim role in 2017. “And to be able to have him do it from the onset.”

    Austin scouting report as he begins to scout
    During a week reserved for scouting NFL prospects, Teryl Austin showed enough of his hand to allow a cliff notes scouting report on the Bengals’ new defensive coordinator. Old school. An AFC North guy. Covets size. Cultivates turnovers. Caters to continuity. Culture wins, whether it’s emphasizing turnovers on the field or on the roster.

    TDBH:Odom racks up first Bengals’ sack with club’s richest free-agent deal
    With new defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer seeking to shore up his front four, the Bengals virtually pull Titans pass rusher Antwan Odom off a plane headed to Arizona tonight and make him their richest free-agent ever with a reported five-year deal bordering on $30 million that pays $11 million guaranteed. By the time he would have got to Phoenix he’s already had a tour of homes with wife Brooke, has planned with strength coach Chip Morton how to bulk up to 270 pounds, and is penciled in to play right end replacing the departed Justin Smith. Smith, who starts the past 107 straight games, signs with San Francisco over the weekend. With his eight sacks last season in his first year as a starter, the 26-year-old Odom does what Smith hasn't done since 2004 and did twice in seven years.

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    A look at how much cash each #NFL team has spent on the QB position (active, injured, p-squad, dead $) since 2013. Led by the #Ravens, #Lions, & #Giants.






  9. Jay Cutler - ha ha

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    Drug charges against Bengals' Boyd dismissed

    The drug charges against Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd have been dismissed.


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