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Bengals Bites (3/16)

News and notes about the Bengals and the rest of the NFL

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Bengals QB coach attends North Dakota State pro day -
Cincinnati Bengals quarterbacks coach Ken Zampese was among the representatives from nine NFL teams that attended North Dakota State’s pro day Wednesday. A total of 14 players worked out — 11 from North Dakota State and three from North Dakota — indoors on FieldTurf.

Bengals' free-agency scorecard: Day 5 - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
We've reached Day 5 of free agency and the Cincinnati Bengals have remained comparatively quiet while also losing several of their own players in order to free up additional cap space, presumably for future signings.

Cincinnati Bengals re-sign LB Vincent Rey - NFL Nation Blog - ESPN

In need of as much help at linebacker as they can get, the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday announced they re-signed fourth-year linebacker Vincent Rey. He becomes the third Bengals free agent that has re-signed, according to the team.

Film study: A detailed look at the Texans' potential No. 1 QB picks

There is no consensus about who the Texans will take with the No. 1 overall pick of the 2014 NFL draft, if they even select a player at all. But this is certain: If the Texans use their potential franchise-changing pick to select a quarterback, Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater, Central Florida's Blake Bortles or Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel will greet NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on May 8 in New York.

Oakland Raiders plan to target Matt Schaub, Mark Sanchez if QBs are cut - ESPN

Two of the four veteran quarterbacks the Oakland Raiders plan to target in free agency are not yet free agents, although that is expected to change soon.

Trainer: Ray Rice working hard, has dropped around 15 pounds - Carroll County Times: Ravens

The legal process is still unfolding stemming from Ray Rice’s February arrest. But as it does, the Baltimore Ravens running back is working to prove he can return to form after a frustrating 2013 season.

Julius Peppers joins Packers; predicts 'something different'

Julius Peppers is switching sides in the NFL’s oldest rivalry. What changes might that create on the Packers defense? That’s the question on every Packers fan’s mind following the announcement Peppers has signed a contract to play for Green Bay. Will Peppers remain a hand-on-the-ground defensive end? Will the Packers make the switch from a 3-4 to a 4-3 defense? Or will Peppers move to linebacker in the Packers’ 3-4?