Bengals Banter: Carlos Dunlap, Andy Dalton, Andre Smith And More

CINCINNATI, OH - OCTOBER 16: Carlos Dunlap #96 of the Cincinnati Bengals returns a fumble for a touchdown during the game against the Indianapolis Colts at Paul Brown Stadium on October 16, 2011 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Bengals defeated the Colts 27-17. (Photo by John Grieshop/Getty Images)

+ Former Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer appeared on the Dan Patrick Show Monday morning, discussing the Oakland Raiders' future while promoting that last year's trade was the best thing that could have happened for both organizations. No one has heard the interview and not at least lower-cased "lol" to the hospital.

+ According to the grading system used by Pro Football Focus, Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap had the best single-game performance compared to all 4-3 defensive ends in the NFL last season.

Read More: Recapping The Rookie Minicamp Weekend

+ Offensive tackle Andre Smith has faced plenty of adversity during his young NFL career. But for the past calendar year he's taken it upon himself to become the offensive tackle we had all hoped after the team risked their No. 6 selection during the 2009 NFL draft.

+ Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton is excited to get together with the team's young receivers.

+ The Bengals signed two tryout players from this weekend's rookie minicamp; Morgan State fullback Jourdan Brooks and Kansas State linebacker Emmanuel Lamur.

+ Despite the fact that the team is looking to run an offensive with a "running back by committee" philosophy, Bernard Scott plans on taking advantage of every opportunity.

+ The Cincinnati Bengals are asking a federal judge to enforce an order that would require former players to move work compensation claims to Ohio.

+ Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis is enthusiastic about the team's safety situation and the competition it will bring from younger players.

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