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Bengals Bites (7/12)

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

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Cincinnati Bengals' top play winner: John Taylor's catch - ESPN
We have a winner. The voters selected John Taylor's game-winning TD catch in the 49ers' win over Cincinnati in Super Bowl XXIII as the Bengals' most memorable play and I question their selection.

VIDEO: Bengals QB Andy Dalton is unstoppable at Pop-A-Shot -

The biggest basketball news out of Ohio on Friday was definitely LeBron James making the decision to return to Cleveland. Ranking slightly behind that though is this Pop-A-Shot performance from Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton.

DeAngelo Tyson: Now It's Time To Step Up

The third-year defender could step into a significantly elevated role in 2014, helping replace defensive tackle Arthur Jones, who left Baltimore in free agency to sign a $33 million contract with the Indianapolis Colts.

Browns | Offense to focus on ground game - NFL Hot off the Wire

Cleveland Browns SS Donte Whitner said the team's offense will be based on running the football heavily. "I'm going to stand back and let this competition develop and may the best man win, but our offense is gonna be predicated on running the football and being physical in the run game also," Whitner told SiriusXM NFL Radio. "You can't just ask both quarterbacks to stand back there and throw the ball 35, 40 times a game."

Chad Johnson makes first CFL touchdown catch - Video

Chad Johnson scores a touchdown and hugs the closest official. The official does not hug back.

Colts will give Trent Richardson first shot at starting RB job | ProFootballTalk

Trent Richardson averaged just 2.9 yards a carry after arriving in Indianapolis last season, and he was even worse in the playoffs. Under ordinary circumstances, a player who performed like that would have a tough time earning any job at all.

John Harbaugh: Our defense will be top-five in the league at worst | ProFootballTalk

The Ravens won the Super Bowl after the 2012 season, but that didn't guarantee an extended stay for any players on the defensive side of the ball. Baltimore returns just two starters -- linebacker Terrell Suggs and defensive tackle Haloti Ngata -- from that team and they've been working to replen...