Shutdown Corner Offseason Blueprints: Cincinnati Bengals | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: After the Seattle Seahawks won Super Bowl XLVIII, all 32 teams officially entered the offseason and started plotting how they could position themselves for a shot at Super Bowl XLIX. Shutdown Corner will look at the offseason blueprint for each NFL team.
Part 2 below has a question about this year's free agent Bengals star, but it begins with an inquiry about what should happen with arguably the biggest name in next year's large class of free agents: quarterback Andy Dalton.
How the Bengals should adjust to new coordinators. | SportsonEarth.com : Robert Weintraub Article
The Bengals continue to get better, but it hasn't resulted in playoff success in recent years. Now they must figure out how to improve their prospects despite losing both coordinators. It starts with getting Andy Dalton to make fewer mistakes.
Burress: 'I want to come back and play'
Plaxico Burress has his sights set on playing again as he rehabs from a torn rotator cuff.
Free-agent linebacker D'Qwell Jackson made his first visit since being cut by the Browns to the Titans. He's now on his way to see the Broncos. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Jackson currently is en route to the land of legalized marijuana.
Ourlads' Guide to the NFL Draft is the only source that gives the number for the quarterback's velocity at the NFL Combine.
Since Peyton Manning missed the 2011 season after neck surgery, he's had annual exams with doctors to make sure all is still safe and sound for the Broncos quarterback. Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com reports that this year's exam, which is part of Manning's contract with the Broncos, is on Monday.