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

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Cincinnati Bengals - TeamReport | GlobalPost
Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis is going into the final year of his contract with two new coordinators and three new assistants. For some head coaches that would cause some angst, but Lewis seems energized.

Report links Cincinnati Bengals to Georgia QB Aaron Murray - NFL.com
Former Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray and the Cincinnati Bengals appear to be a match on several levels.

Giovani Bernard's Cincinnati Bengals role to increase - NFL.com
Giovani Bernard had a formidable rookie season for the Cincinnati Bengals sharing the ball with teammate BenJarvus Green-Ellis. Will Bernard take the lion’s share of the touches in Year 2?

Paul Dehner Jr. joins Enquirer Sports for Bengals, video | Cincinnati.com | cincinnati.com
Enquirer Sports has added Paul Dehner Jr. to help cover the Cincinnati Bengals and to continue to expand video programming in other sports.

Bengals RFA value: Andrew Hawkins - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
Now that the Cincinnati Bengals are expected to place tenders on all three of their restricted free agents, let's take a look at the value each player brings to the team.

Morning Stripes: Nugent wants to kick - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
The league has been mulling the idea of moving point-after attempts from the 2-yard line to the 25, in an effort to make it less certain that a touchdown equals seven points. To many, the 20-yard field goal that currently comes with extra points has been considered too easy to make. There was talk at one point about eliminating the point-after tries altogether.

Adam Vinatieri, Jay Feely not fans of longer extra point proposal

Adam Vinatieri, Jay Feely tell USA TODAY Sports PATs are just fine where they are.

Johnny Manziel wasn't the only QB the Cleveland Browns didn't interview at the combine | cleveland.com

The Browns skipped combine interviews with Teddy Bridgewater, Blake Bortles and all of the top quarterbacks.

Browner is reinstated with four-game suspension | ProFootballTalk

As Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner announced last night, he has been reinstated by the NFL. But he left out one fairly significant caveat. He'll be suspended for the first four games of the 2014 regular season, and he'll pay a four-game fine on top of that.