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

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Devon Still: Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle says his daughter has cancer - Sports Story
Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still says his daughter Leah has cancer and asks fans to keep her in their prayers.

Cincinnati Bengals factoid: Andy Dalton's completion rating - ESPN
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton has been criticized often during his career about his ability to throw the deep ball. It's something he doesn't do too often. Of the 1,510 passes he's thrown in the regular season and playoffs to this point, 23.4 percent of them have traveled 15 yards or more in the air. The rest have all been short- or intermediate-range passes that have been thrown on screens, slants, quick outs and the like. Even if Dalton isn't going deep all the time, he's going deep often enough to catch both the casual and die-hard fan's attention.

Coach Marvin Lewis likes muted buzz around Cincinnati Bengals - ESPN

When league analysts tried to forecast the NFL standings last spring and summer, many used the Cincinnati Bengals as their sexy pick to win the AFC North, end years of franchise postseason despair and roll all the way to the Super Bowl.

The full Kaepernick contract details | ProFootballTalk

In response to our item suggesting that the Colin Kaepernick deal, trumpeted as being worth "up to" $126 million with $61 million guaranteed contains plenty of fluff, a league source with knowledge of the deal sent the details to PFT, and multiple other sources have chimed in on the contents of the ...