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Hue Jackson sees “spectacular” things from Andy Dalton, so far | ProFootballTalk
Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson wants to see his quarterback go from being "good" to "great."  So far, what Jackson has seen in offseason workouts ranks as better than great. "Spectacular," Jackson said of Dalton, via the team's official website.

Guenther to vets: take ownership
When the Bengals open their on-field practice phase of their voluntary off-season program Tuesday morning, new defensive coordinator Paul Guenther is going to waste no time implementing his "Fundamental But Fast," mantra he used as linebackers coach.

Will Bengals RB Gio Bernard be a receiver too?
Few know better about utilizing unorthodox paths to the ultimate goal than Giovani Bernard. Whether reversing across Miami-Dade County against the Dolphins or opting for a trapeze act touchdown flying over two Packers, he's unafraid to pick the creative option.

Cincinnati Bengals' AJ McCarron asked about 'long climb from Mobile,' talks signing contract and OTAs | AL.com
"Never in my wildest dreams, even the dreams about football, I never got this far in them, so it's pretty awesome to be in this situation, to be this blessed. I'm going to make the most of it."

Bills won’t go Hollywood because timing is wrong for NFL team to return to L.A. - City & Region - The Buffalo News
America’s second-largest market has been without the NFL for nearly two decades, and despite all the glitz and glamour of Southern California, the timing is all wrong for a team to return