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Bengals position preview: Special teams
Tate will hang on to a roster spot, but Jones spends more time returning kicks than last year. Jones continues his streak of never calling for a fair catch that dates back to 2007.

Projected Cincinnati Bengals' Final 53-Man Roster, Pre-Training Camp Edition | Bleacher Report
There are only days before training camp begins, so it is, of course, time to start speculating what the Cincinnati Bengals' roster is going to look like.  The veterans on the team have an advantage (or disadvantage, in some cases) because of their prior experience on an NFL field.

Cincinnati Bengals mailbag 2: Any competition at QB? - ESPN
@ColeyHarvey has there been any competition between Andy Dalton and AJ McCarron yet?

NFL Rookies React To Their Madden 15 Ratings
NFL Rookies react to their Madden 15 ratings in a hilarious new video

Kluwe still planning to sue Vikings - KMSP-TV
“Players who get caught smoking weed or DUI get 4 games, and you're telling me the guy who made a comment like 'let's round up all the gays put them on an island nuke it till it glows' -- he's only going to get a slap on the wrist?” Kluwe said in a phone interview.

New book "Blood Sport" alleges Bernie Kosar's slurred speech resulted from painkillers Browns gave him -- Bill Livingston | cleveland.com
The Browns controversially removed Kosar as a television analyst for their exhibition games this off-season, citing sharp criticism he directed at a St. Louis Rams backup quarterback last season. Kosar's sometimes slurred diction has often been criticized by some viewers.

Ravens training camp preview: Defensive line - baltimoresun.com
The Ravens' top decision makers are always preaching about the importance of roster competition. They want it at every position, not just for starting roles but for special teams units and back-end roster spots.

Getting To Know: Martavis Bryant
The person I really look up to and try to model my game after is A.J. Green. How he is a man of the game, he is a dog in the NFL. I try to watch his highlights and do the stuff he does.