Updating the Cincinnati Bengals' salary-cap numbers - ESPN
It's Tax Day. Hopefully the vast majority of you have already calculatedyour personal finance numbers and filed. There is no rest for the number crunchers in NFL front offices, though. With free agency continuing and the draft nearly three weeks away, they are still trying to move around figures in a way that allows them to pay the players they want in the fashion they want to, and to sign others.
Cincinnati Bengals First Round Review: NFL Draft Daily [Video]
Free agency has come and gone for the Cincinnati Bengals, and from what all the experts are reporting, they have not put themselves in any better position to succeed. Cincinnati has lost both starting defensive end and offensive tackle, Michael Johnson and Anthony Collins to Tampa Bay; and allowed to quick footed wide receiver, Andrew Hawkins, to find his new home in Ohio with the Cleveland Browns. Maybe Cincy knows something the rest of us do not, as they approach their off season plans to the NFL Draft.
Bengals each average $2.1 million annually - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
Like other NFL players, the Cincinnati Bengals are grossly underpaid compared to athletes for teams in other sports leagues, a study published Tuesday on ESPN.com found.
When it comes to the 2014 schedule, the NFL has said that the target for the release is mid-April, but that the schedule won't be released this week. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the NFL currently plans to release the schedule on Tuesday, April 22.
Every year teams pour hundreds of hours into college prospects, to find the next potential franchise player. Countless days are spent watching film, visiting with their former coaches, visiting their pro days and hosting personal workouts. The goal is for the team to know exactly everything about the young man so that they can make the decision on whether or not he is a good fit.
Two college football stars -- both expected to be selected in the upcoming NFL Draft -- are wanted for questioning by the NYPD in connection to an alleged attack at an NYC nightclub ... TMZ Sports has learned.
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