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The last bit of question articles come out on the eve of the Bengals beginning their domination of the AFC North. Chris Henry gets his High School uniform retired.

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Cincinnati Bengal Morning Takes: Game day is coming - ESPN
Eight months and two days after their latest first-round exit from the playoffs, the Cincinnati Bengals are set to redeem themselves and prove that through a series of offseason moves and tweaked coaching schemes that they have gotten better.

Darqueze Dennard questionable for Cincinnati Bengals opener - ESPN

Darqueze Dennard has been looking forward to this Sunday for a long time. "I've been waiting for this since forever," the rookie said earlier this week, asked about where his emotions will be when he plays his first career NFL regular-season game. It appears he might have to wait a bit longer.

Can Cincinnati Bengals' QB Dalton change his stripes?

The Monday after the lowest moment in the Marvin Lewis 2011 reboot — the 27-10 shellacking against San Diego in the first round of the playoffs — the Bengals locker room quietly shuffled. Players chatted in the corner. Reporters milled about. No music played. The jocularity filling the space daily disappeared. The casket closed on Cincinnati's once-vibrant playoff aspirations.

Video: Cincinnati Bengals 2014 season preview - NFL - SI.com

The Cincinnati Bengals finished the 2013 regular season with their best record since 2005, going 11-5 overall and winning the AFC North title. However, Cincinnati lost in the Wild Card round for the third straight season, this time at the hands of the San Diego Chargers.

Late Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chris Henry to have Belle Chasse uniform No. 1 retired Friday - NOLA.com

Tony Henry remembered his cousin Chris for something more than his NFL career and the troubles that led to his death nearly five years ago. He remembered Chris Henry as somebody who was "full of life," and as a competitor that made him the best football player to come out of Belle Chasse High School.

Can Cincinnati Bengals' QB Dalton change his stripes?

The Monday after the lowest moment in the Marvin Lewis 2011 reboot — the 27-10 shellacking against San Diego in the first round of the playoffs — the Bengals locker room quietly shuffled. Players chatted in the corner. Reporters milled about. No music played. The jocularity filling the space daily disappeared. The casket closed on Cincinnati's once-vibrant playoff aspirations.