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Bengals Bites (10/18) - Percy Harvin Trade

The Seahawks shock everyone with a trade of a player who may have been a problem with their team.Plus, the Bengals better plan on stopping the pass on Sunday,

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Harvin deal a signal contenders should be thinking big | ProFootballTalk
Percy Harvin is a Jet, and somewhere, an NFL owner ought to be asking the General Manager one simple question: “Why weren’t we in on this?” This is not to say Harvin is a fit for every team, or that he would be the slam dunk missing piece for any club.

Percy Harvin Traded To Jets; Marshawn Lynch Is Sad
What the hell? The Seahawks are reportedly shipping wide receiver Percy Harvin to the Jets for a conditional draft pick. Jay Glazer had the scoop first.

CIncinnati Bengals challenged to stop Indianapolis Colts' WRs, TEs - ESPN
We've written a fair amount this week about the Cincinnati Bengals' inability to stop the run the last two weeks, both from running backs and quarterbacks. But what about stopping the pass?

Bengal Morning Takes: On defensive fixes - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
How do the Cincinnati Bengals get back to their old dominant selves defensively? By taking a long look at their play the last two weeks, and revisiting the lessons they had been preaching to one another during minicamps, OTAs (organized team activities) and training camp. It's time to get back to the basics.

Cincinnati Bengals at Indianapolis Colts Preview

Starting WR A.J. Green (toe) didn’t surface on the field Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. Classified as doubtful, it looks like he’ll miss his second straight game. Starting SAM LB Emmanuel Lamur (hamstring), classified as doubtful, and starting MLB Rey Maualuga (hamstring), classified as out, were injured late in last Sunday’s game, and haven’t practiced this week. Rotational DT Brandon Thompson (knee) didn’t practice this week again, classified as doubtful, but he may be ready to go next week for first time since he got hurt Sept. 14.

No timetable for return of Cincinnati Bengals' A.J. Green - ESPN

The Bengals still aren't exactly sure when injured Pro Bowl receiver A.J. Green will be rejoining their ranks, coach Marvin Lewis said Friday afternoon. After Green's visit to a foot specialist last week in Cincinnati, the hope was that the third-year star wideout would be back after this week. But the possibility exists his return could take a little longer.