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Devon Still Jersey Highest Selling Ever; Support from other NFL teams

In the fans reaction to being able to help a Bengal coping with his daughters pediatric cancer, the Black Devon Still jersey becomes the highest selling Bengals jersey ever. A former Bengals player is facing serious charges in South Carolina.

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Devon Still Cincinnati Bengals jersey sales to aid pediatric cancer research - ESPN
Devon Still continues to have the feel-good story in professional sports. Late Monday, the Cincinnati Bengals announced via their website they were donating all proceeds from sales of Still's jersey to pediatric cancer research. Less than 24 hours later, a team official told that more of the defensive tackle's black No. 75 jerseys had been sold in that time span than any jersey featuring any other Bengals player ever.

It has not stopped there though.

On deck for Bengals: Week 2 vs. Falcons - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
It's about that time of week when we start turning the corner from the Cincinnati Bengals game just played and toward the one that is on the horizon. The Ravens are now in the rearview. On deck: The Atlanta Falcons

Doc: For one week, Bengals skeptics have no answer
The difference is slight in the NFL. One play made, one pass caught, one touchdown scored. It changes everything. What if A.J. Green hadn't split two Baltimore Ravens defensive backs on that Go route with five minutes left in the game? What if Andy Dalton hadn't changed the blocking protection at the line, affording him the precious extra half second he needed to beat the Baltimore blitz?

Agent: Bengals sign DT Devon Still to active roster - Cincy Jungle
It's been a rough offseason for the third-year defensive tackle, but he reportedly heard some good news on Tuesday.

NFLPA opts not to vote on NFL drug policy proposal | ProFootballTalk
Finally, a proposal on a new drug policy arrived from the NFL.  The NFLPA board of player representatives, however, decided not to vote on it. "There was no vote tonight," NFLPA spokesman George Atallah told PFT via text message.  "There are still unresolved issues."

Michael Vick feels that Ray Rice should get second chance - ESPN
Michael Vick got a second chance. He believes Ray Rice should get one, too. "I hope so," the New York Jets' backup quarterback said Tuesday.

Former Gamecock, Pro Bowler charged with assaulting teenage girls

Richland County deputies have arrested a former Gamecocks player who works as a volunteer football coach at Spring Valley High School, on charges that he inappropriately touched teenage girls. Harold Green II, 46, is charged with five counts of assault.