Todd McShay's thoughts on Cincinnati Bengals' CB options - ESPN
As for what McShay had to say about Jason Verrett (TCU), Bradley Roby (Ohio State) and Kyle Fuller (Virginia Tech), read on. These are the most likely cornerback options the Bengals will see when they make their pick. None of these four is expected to be around when the Bengals make their second-round pick at No. 55. Most mock drafts this offseason have had the Bengals taking a cornerback in Round 1.
Bengals' A.J. Green: Clippers' protest was 'good'
Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green said he can understand why Los Angeles Clippers players reacted the way they did to the Donald Sterling controversy, after the NBA team owner allegedly made racist remarks.
Bengals vets applaud Clippers players - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
There were calls on social media and elsewhere for Clippers players to stage a boycott of Sterling and not play in Sunday's playoff game at Golden State. Family members of some players were reportedly even encouraging them to take the bold stand of simply walking away from the season.
I am going to continue to mock Fuller because he makes the most sense unless one of the top tackles falls. Fuller is a pro ready corner who would immediately compete for snaps on defense and be a key contributor on special teams. A team captain with 42 career starts Fuller has a clean character and lots of experience. Even if Leon Hall is ready for week one I still like the selection of Fuller.
The next move is getting the 36-year-old Johnson a Canadian work permit, which will take some doing after he was charged in a domestic violence incident two years ago that also ended his NFL career.
911 Caller Claims Former Ohio State Player Roby ‘Almost Hit Kids’ With Vehicle Before Passing Out | WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio
“Hi, I'm just leaving BBR on Vine and some black Dodge Charger just almost hit a bunch of kids on the sidewalk. And now, the driver is passed out drunk on the side of BBR in black Charger with Georgia plates,” the caller states.