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Cincinnati Bengals' new official pizza sponsor offers freebies - Cincinnati Business Courier
The Cincinnati Bengals’ brand new official pizza, Papa John’s, is kicking off its sponsorship by offering free pizza to fans.

Vontaze Burfict, Paul Guenther set new tone for Bengals defense
ike Zimmer might be gone from Cincinnati and running the Minnesota Vikings, but Zimmer's influence on the Bengals defense remains.

Cincinnati Bengals' projected roster - AFC North Blog - ESPN
The Bengals were content with having just two quarterbacks on the 53-man roster last season, but expect them to take three this year. McCarron would be the odd man out, but since they drafted him this year and made him a de facto heir apparent to the position in case something happens with Dalton in the next few seasons, they probably won't cut him or place him on the practice squad. In Campbell, the Bengals also get a tried and true veteran who could step in if Dalton's play is unsatisfactory, or if he gets hurt.

Cincinnati Bengals fan hangs anti-Dalton sign on bridge | fanatix Sport News

Apparently being the arguably most successful QB in franchise history is not enough for Andy Dalton to gain the respect of the fans. Although Dalton has led the Bengals to three straight playoff appearances for the first time in franchise history, his lack of playoff WINS have fans wishing they had someone else.

Read The NFL's List Of Finable Offenses

Couple days back, the Boston Globe's Ben Volin posted the NFL's schedule of fines for the 2014 season, in two parts. It's below, in one part, because we are not afraid to be service-y.

Chip Kelly has Philadelphia Eagles poised for more; NFL training camps

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — This is what a real training-camp practice sounds like, via the verbal stylings of New Orleans defensive coordinator Rob Ryan and his defensive coach, Bill Johnson. The scene: First padded Saints practice of camp.