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Bengals Training Camp: The vastly improved Bengals linebackers will be fun to watch this year


Let me take you back to September 4, 2007. The Bengals just won their first preseason game, beating the Indianapolis Colts 14-6 to end with a 1-3 preseason record. It was time to participate in...

Bengals Release their 2009 Depth Chart for Training Camp


On Tuesday, Bengals.com published the team's 2009 Depth Chart -- which is likely to change from now until meeting, and destroying, the Denver Broncos in September. Any surprises? J.T. O'Sullivan...

Bengals Training Camp: Projecting three veteran players that miss the cut


Each year, we examine the team's roster heading into training camp and predict which veteran players will miss the cut. Much of the reasoning is cost -- aka, salary cap casualties. Levi Jones...

Bengals Training Camp: Pressure on the quarterback has to be the focus for the defense


If the Bengals offensive line is a concern on the team's offense, then similarly, the Bengals defensive line is a concern on the team's defense. Unlike previous years, the concern isn't so much...

Bengals Training Camp: Is the Bengals offensive line better than last year? "We'll see".


The Bengals offensive line. There wasn't a phrase spoken in 2008 that didn't frighten us more. Carson Palmer's bloody nose. Injured elbow. The 29th best rushing offense in the league, averaging 95...

Bengals Training Camp: Depth at Running Back is Open Competition


In his final three games last season, Cedric Benson recorded 462 yards total (rushing and receiving) on 89 touches -- 5.2 yards-per-touch. Against the Redskins, Browns and Chiefs, Benson recorded...

Bengals Training Camp: The Position without Competition


If the Bengals have any position that won't bring a collection of suspects that vie for position, it's quarterback. In fact, one has to even wonder why you'd even need to talk about it. No one will...

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