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Bengals Bites (3/22) : Busted Bracket Edition

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

No Perfect Brackets Left in Buffett's Billion-Dollar Challenge - ABC News
You had to be in it to win it -- but by late Friday, none of the 8.7 million entrants were still in the running to win Warren Buffett's $1 billion NCAA basketball challenge.

Marshall Newhouse signs with Cincinnati Bengals - ESPN
The Cincinnati Bengals added to their offensive line Friday, signing unrestricted free agent offensive tackle Marshall Newhouse.

Will Cincinnati Bengals work RBs into passing game? - ESPN
By now, you probably are well aware of the Cincinnati Bengals' push to run the ball and to design their offense to thrive off physicality, not finesse. Head coach Marvin Lewis has spoken often about it. Offensive coordinator Hue Jackson has, too. Some Bengals players have also spoken out in support of the change in offensive philosophy, including most recently, new backup quarterback Jason Campbell.

NFL Team New Rule Proposals | Kissing Suzy Kolber

Bengals propose money they save on front office positions should be credited to their salary cap.

The top-10 assistant coaches most likely to become NFL head coaches | cover32

The day after the Super Bowl has become notoriously known as “Black Monday,” the day that NFL head coaches lose their jobs. If a team has failed miserably, even the general manager can be nixed. But this isn’t about GMs, let’s talk coaches.

Report: DeSean Jackson Doesn't Think He'll Return To Eagles |

Tim McManus of Birds 24/7 is reporting that the Eagles did contact the Carolina Panthers about DeSean Jackson, and that sources close to Jackson say the receiver believes “he’s gone from Philadelphia.”

Jets cut Mark Sanchez | ProFootballTalk

The Mark Sanchez era is over. Sanchez, the quarterback who went to the Jets with the fifth overall pick in the 2009 NFL draft and has been a polarizing player since, has been released. The Jets officially announced the long-awaited move on Friday afternoon. - “We brought Matt Schaub in to be our starting quarterback."

Head Coach Dennis Allen spoke with the media via conference call about new QB Matt Schaub and more.