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

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Jeremy Hill signs rookie deal with Cincinnati Bengals -
The Bengals confirmed the Hill signing Tuesday, but terms have yet to be disclosed. Last year's No. 55 pick, San Francisco 49ers tight end Vance McDonald, signed a four-year, $3.60 million deal that included a $997,584 signing bonus, per

A look at the Bengals' UDFA contracts - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
In the days just after the draft earlier this month, the Cincinnati Bengals signed 11 players as undrafted free agents. Some of them may make the 53-man roster. Some may make the practice squad. Most won't make the team in either capacity.

Can the Cincinnati Bengals Rule the AFC North Again? - Stripe Hype
The Cincinnati Bengals head into OTA’s and soon training camp with one goal in mind, defend the AFC North crown. The question is can they do it?

Bengal Quick Take: OTAs begin in Cincy - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
As we get back into our morning Quick Takes, we start by taking a look at the OTA process and a few things we might be able to glean from the next few weeks:

Eight observations from the Bengals' OTAs - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
The Cincinnati Bengals held Tuesday their first organized team activity (OTA) of the offseason. For the first time since January's wild-card round playoff loss to San Diego, the Bengals were back inside Paul Brown Stadium, participating in full-team football activities.

Broncos safety Rahim Moore nearly lost leg last season | ProFootballTalk

In January 2013, the football-following world got to know the name of Broncos safety Rahim Moore due to his role in a play that allowed the Ravens to force overtime in an AFC divisional-round playoff game against the Ravens.

Roethlisberger admits he initially was upset by Steelers draft | ProFootballTalk

When the Steelers didn't use the 15th overall pick in the draft on a receiver, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger wasn't happy. “I got caught up in doing what I always say not to do, and that's listen to the media,” Roethlisberger said Tuesday, via Alan Robinson of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.