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Bengals Bites (9/25) - Welcome Back Marvin Jones

Marvin Jones could help the Bengals improve in the red zone. James Harrison is back with the Steelers. The heat on Roger Goodell is still very hot.

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Marvin Jones can help fix Cincinnati Bengals' red-zone woes - ESPN
After a six-week absence, Marvin Jones' time on the Cincinnati Bengals' proverbial shelf has come to an end. The third-year wide receiver rejoined the team at practice Tuesday -- the team's only practice this week -- working out with teammates for the first time since breaking a bone at the top of his left foot during a preseason practice in August.

Bengals' Kevin Huber co-punter of week - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN

For a second straight week, Cincinnati Bengals punter Kevin Huber earned punter of the week honors from ESPN's Mark Simon, the man who determines each Tuesday which NFL punter is most deserving of the honor.

ProFootballTalk: The Bengals receivers are making Andy Dalton’s job easy | ProFootballTalk

The PFT crew takes a look at a bunch of story lines after Week 3 including the three unbeaten teams in the NFL. Kevin Gilbride believes the receivers in Cincinnati have opened the door for Andy Dalton to succeed.

The AFC is wide open | The Roar

The AFC North division has three legitimate contenders. The division leading Cincinnati Bengals (3-0) are the hottest team in the entire NFL right now. On both sides of the ball the Bengals are blowing the opposition away. Their offense, led by Andy Dalton, is second in the league in points scored, while the defense is only conceding an average of eleven points per game, easily the best in the entire NFL.

Harrison working his way back with Steelers | TribLIVE

At 36, a still-enigmatic James Harrison has been given a new lease on an NFL career that seemingly was over when he retired about a month ago.

Bill Simmons goes all in against Roger Goodell | ProFootballTalk

On Friday, Tedy Bruschi of ESPN made the case for a new Commissioner in a clear and passionate way.  On Monday, Bill Simmons of ESPN opted for something equally passionate, but also more than a little profane.

Ravens officials told to save documents as part of NFL's Ray Rice investigation - Page 2 -

"If you're asking me if the letter to our fans was the complete accounting of the knowledge we had, no it's not," Byrne said. "It wasn't then. It's not today. I think we have been forthcoming. Everything dramatically changed when we saw the video."