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    Bengals defensive tackle D.J. Reader is excited about his opportunity in Cincinnati
    Who isn't nowadays? He has agreed to a contract with the Bengals but isn't officially a member of the team. He'll sign with them when he passes a physical, but when in the name of J.J. Watt is that going to be?

    Bengals Re-Sign Torry McTyer
    McTyer, a fourth-year player in 2020, joined the Bengals as a free agent in September last season, and went on to play in five games and record two tackles. He originally was a college free agent signee of Miami in 2017, and was with the Dolphins through the '19 preseason.

    Prepping for Joe Burrow: Spending spree signals potential shift with Bengals
    During the first week of free agency, the Bengals spent the type of money that could reassure skeptics, even a No. 1 draft pick, that things might be changing in Cincinnati. The franchise went out of character and spent $95 million combined on deals for defensive tackle D.J. Reader and outside cornerback Trae Waynes. Before last week, Cincinnati had not committed more than $26 million to a single free agent since 2015, according to ESPN Stats & Information research.

    Bengals have backed themselves into a corner with Dalton by misplaying hand
    With news over the weekend from TheAthletic.com New England Patriots reporter Jeff Howe that the Patriots are not interested in Dalton it has left the Bengals with basically two options left for what to do with the veteran quarterback:

    Peter King: Patriots could sign Andy Dalton after he's released
    I keep hearing no one will trade for Andy Dalton and pay him $17 million this year in the last year of his deal. If he’s on the street, Dalton at $7 million for a year in New England makes the most sense to me. Hard to see Dalton going unloved, but he fits New England either short or long-term the best. I still expect the Patriots, after signing Brian Hoyer on Sunday, to look into signing a veteran.

    NFL draft changes alter likely beginning of Joe Burrow-Bengals era
    Instead of an event on the Las Vegas strip featuring boats at the Bellagio’s famed fountains, the festivities will happen from a live studio setting, according to Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times. The April 23-25 event will be broadcast from a studio setting, Farmer reported, with cuts to individual team headquarters for picks.



    Bengals updated free-agent target list heading into Week 2
    It wouldn’t surprise many if the Cincinnati Bengals were done in the 2020 edition of NFL free agency. And that’s not said with sarcasm this year — not after spending huge money on names like D.J. Reader and Trae Waynes.

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    Sam Hubbard currently leads all 2018 draft picks in sacks at 14.5.

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    FYI - not sure basis of this, but...


    Spotrac

    @spotrac
    Rumored Potential #NFL Trade Candidates

    DE Yannick Ngakoue, JAC
    DE Olivier Vernon, CLE
    DE Carlos Dunlap, CIN
    LB Matt Judon, BAL
    OG Joe Thuney, NE
    OT Trent Williams, WAS
    RB, Matt Breida, SF
    TE David Njoku, CLE
    WR Curtis Samuel, CAR
    WR Marquise Goodwin, SF
    WR Sammy Watkins, KC

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    Don’t even remotely believe it

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