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Bengals Bites (5/6)

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

Andy Lyons

Leon Hall of Cincinnati Bengals confident he will be ready for camp - ESPN
Bengals cornerback Leon Hall said Monday that he continues to feel confident in his rehab from last October's season-ending Achilles tear, and that he believes he's on pace to make a full return by the start of training camp.

Cincinnati Bengals - TeamReport | GlobalPost
As the free-agency period came and went, the Cincinnati Bengals quietly minded their business by choosing to use money for extensions on their own young stars rather than pay cash to others on the market.

Draft-day fall still pushes Bengals' Dunlap - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
As long as he's playing football, Carlos Dunlap will remember April 22 and 23, 2010. Those were the nights the defensive end got passed up and looked over; at least until the Cincinnati Bengals finally drafted him 22 picks into the second round.

Goodell renews push for HGH testing | ProFootballTalk

In August 2011, the NFL and NFLPA agreed to conduct HGH testing.  But they still have not agreed to the procedure for conducting HGH testing.  Which means that no HGH testing occurs.

Move of the NFL draft from April to May is ‘pretty annoying’ to some it affects - The Washington Post

The calendar has turned to May and, in the normal rhythm of an NFL year, the draft would be squarely in the sport’s rearview mirror. Even the post-draft analysis would be mostly exhausted by now and teams, rookies and fans alike would have had a couple weeks to have processed what happened and what it all might mean for the upcoming season.

Colbert: Steelers will not trade up in the NFL draft, but may trade down - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

It has been eight years since the Steelers traded up in the first round of the NFL draft to take a wide receiver they really liked — Santonio Holmes. If they wanted the wide receiver they really liked in the draft this year, they are not going to trade up to get him. That’s because they can’t — or won’t — said general manager Kevin Colbert.