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Here are the Cincinnati Bengals stories you need to know heading into OTAs.

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The Cincinnati Bengals will begin Phase III of their Organized Team Activities today. This is the first time the majority of the Bengals roster will be gathered into one setting. Here are the stories you need to know heading into OTAs:

The Bengals are trying to get extensions for their three best players done, and Vontaze Burfict's could be soon.

Hue Jackson says Andy Dalton needs to be great, while A.J. Green could become one of the greatest receivers of all-time.

When minicamp opens for the Bengals, Mike Pollak will likely be starting at center.

All-Pro defensive tackle Geno Atkins may miss the start of training camp.

How the Bengals handled this offseason shows that they are still set in some of their ways.

Keep track of all the draft picks signing their first NFL contracts.

Dalton is already impressing his teammates in workouts.

Giovani Bernard as a slot receiver? Running backs coach Kyle Caskey thinks so.

BenJarvus Green-Ellis is not getting cut, despite the addition of Jeremy Hill.

The Bengals went against the grain when they picked Jeremy Hill over Carlos Hyde, but ultimately, they made the right decision.

Andrew Whitworth reacts to the idea of expanding the playoffs, but wants a little give and take.

Marvin Jones could become a superstar in 2014 after exploding onto the scene in 2013.

Geoff Hobson joined Inside the Jungle to talk about the NFL Draft, free agency and the injury recoveries of Leon Hall and Geno Atkins.

The Bengals' 2014 schedule looks easy based on the 2013 results, but don't be deceived.

The Bengals 2014 draft class can't be accurately graded for at least a year or two, but that's not stopping the national media from handing out grades.

The latest Super Bowl odds don't like the Bengals' chances in 2014.