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Bengals Bites: Le'Veon Bell gets a lesson

The Steelers Le'Veon Bell didn't know you could get a DUI from smoking marijuana. Dontay Moch has a chance to show the Cardinals why cutting him was a bad idea.

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Le'Veon Bell told Cops He Wasn't High on Weed Anymore | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline

Le’Veon Bell was a bit confused as to why he was getting a DUI after smoking weed. This could have been the effects of the weed or he just genuinely didn’t know the law. I will let you decide from some details from the affidavit : "I didn’t know you could get a DUI for being high. I smoked two hours ago. I’m not high anymore. I’m perfectly fine."

Cincinnati Bengals Morning Takes: Dontay Moch's revenge - ESPN
"Revenge" might actually be too strong a word for what Dontay Moch has in mind this weekend when he heads back to his native Phoenix. Just know his goal Sunday night at University of Phoenix Stadium is to let his hometown team know what it missed out on when it waived him in March.

Cincinnati Bengals: Fourth time's a charm for Andy Dalton

The Cincinnati Bengals haven’t been this successful and competitive for a long time. Not since Paul Brown, Sam Wyche, Ken Anderson, and Boomer Esiason consistently put Cincinnati in postseason games. Andy Dalton likely didn’t rely on past factoids to negotiate his contract extension.

Bengals' Dalton looks great -- in preseason - Chicago Tribune

Quarterback Andy Dalton arrived at the Cincinnati Bengals' postgame press conference with his bright red hair slightly tussled and a smile that was permanently fixed. Dalton's summer of fun, which has included the birth of his first child Noah on July 1 and the signing of a six-year, $115 million contract extension Aug. 4, rolled on Saturday night when he pitched a perfect game against the New York Jets.

5 potentially crippling preseason injuries | This Given Sunday

Bone breaking and muscle ripping, and just general body chaos will always be a part of football. A horrible and unfortunate aspect of the game for both the downed player and his team, but a reality nonetheless.

Video: Bucs Mike Evans Brawls Fights Outside Dream Nightclub | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline
No arrests were made even though several cops are standing there watching the brawl.  Even though Evans was the one doing the yelling, it appears the bouncers were the ones who threw the first punches or maybe it was someone in the entourage. Evans has to be smarter, he could have been seriously injured and that would have been bad for everyone.