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Alabama websites wonders if the Bengals young QB will push Dalton for starting time. Plus, be your own GM, manage the cap free agency simulator.

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Will AJ McCarron have opportunity to compete for Cincinnati Bengals' QB job in 2015? |
Former Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron spent most of his rookie NFL season working through a shoulder problem. But the runner-up for the 2013 Heisman Trophy earned a place on the Cincinnati Bengals' active roster in the final month of the season and appears healthy heading into 2015's offseason workouts.

Fanspeak's Manage The Cap Free Agency Simulator
Be your team's GM: cut, sign and tag players to make the best roster possible for your team.

Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson downplays Andy Dalton's poor Pro Bowl performance - ESPN
Just before his quarterback took the field in Sunday night's Pro Bowl, Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson checked out. He fell asleep. So he missed Andy Dalton's 9-for-20 passing performance, which was punctuated by a lifeless, thrown-off-the-back-foot, fourth-down pass with 53 seconds left that fell incomplete to effectively end his team's comeback charge in a 32-28 loss to Team Irvin, coached by former Cowboys receiver Michael Irvin.

Cincinnati Bengals Season In Review - Fanspeak's AFC North
The Cincinnati Bengals 2014 season in review, with in depth looks at wins and losses, the storyline of the season, players of the year and much more.

UK And EKU Football Players In Good Ol' Fashion Bar Fight [UPDATE]
An Eastern Kentucky University lineman took on a gaggle of University of Kentucky players in a bar fight this weekend, according to multiple witnesses quoted in The Courier-Journal. EKU lineman Colton Scurry's father told the paper he "sustained multiple facial fractures" in the incident, and that the University is looking into it as possible assault. But according to numerous witnesses, Scurry instigated the fight:

Low standard of proof applies to #DeflateGate | ProFootballTalk
It's still not known what the NFL specifically has found, or will find, in the #DeflateGate investigation.  It is known that, when the time comes to assess the evidence, a low threshold will determine the outcome.

Watch Marshawn Lynch Give The Same Answer 25 Times At Media Day
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch made an appearance at Super Bowl Media Day today so as to avoid getting fined. In the video above, you can see him respond to 25 straight questions with the same answer, "I'm here so I won't get fined."