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Bengals Safety Chinedum Ndukwe Has Breakfast With Kids At Winton Hills Academy

In an effort to reverse the characterization that Bengals players are character issues, we wanted to help promote the good that Bengals players (and coaches, and god forbid, ownership) do for the city of Cincinnati, as well as other regions.

You can't blame us. It's better than talking about franchise quarterbacks wanting to be traded, how leading scientists discovered that the Bengals front office is one of the leading causes for heart disease and anything that Chad Ochocinco does -- or, as is the case these days, what he tweets.

On Tuesday Bengals safety Chinedum Ndukwe joined children for breakfast at Winton Hills Academy as part of the "Fuel up to Play 60 program." The Fuel Up To Play 60 program, sponsored by the National Dairy Council and the National Football League, educates children on the benefits of healthy eating.

Ndukwe will be presented the City of Cincinnati Proclamation by Mayor Mark Mallory no Thursday for his impact for young children through the Ndukwe Foundation.