CINCINNATI, OH - MAY 12: Kevin Zeitler #68 of the Cincinnati Bengals stretches during a rookie minicamp at Paul Brown Stadium on May 12, 2012 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
The Cincinnati Bengals completed their allotment of ten OTA sessions, allowed by the Collective Bargaining Agreement, this week, concluding with a volleyball game that "team USO" won. Cincinnati will kick off their final practices before training camp on July 27 this coming week when the team hosts a three-day mandatory minicamp. Not that we have to mention the "mandatory" part considering we haven't heard of any reports of players missing time during OTAs anyway.
But before we get into that, let's review the stories that surfaced on these pages Friday.
+ Bengals linebacker Dontay Moch claims that doctors have his migraines under control.
+ The Cincinnati Bengals announced the date and time the team's first training camp practice.
+ Our own Anthony Cosenza writes that it's time for the team to honor the great players in Cincinnati Bengals history.
+ As usual is the case these days: County proposes a plan to help with the Stadium deficits and the Bengals say it won't work.
+ Former Bengals offensive lineman Bobbie Williams agreed in principle on a two-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens Friday.
+ How are the Bengals doing with their recent trades of Chad Ochocinco, Carson Palmer and Keith Rivers.
+ We reflected somewhat on Chad Ochocinco following his release from the New England Patriots, making him an unrestricted free agent.
+ Reviewing the Cincinnati Bengals 2009 Draft Class.
+ Where do the Bengals rank in Pete Prisco's four-pronged rankings.