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Bengals Bites (3/12) - Veteran Combine

The veteran combine list of attendees is out. Michael Sam is on the list with many others. Tim Tebow is rumored to possibly be joining that group also.

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Tim Tebow not on initial NFL Veteran Combine list | ProFootballTalk
The NFL released its list of invitees for its first Veteran Combine on Wednesday, and a notable former first-round pick is not among the scheduled attendees.

CINCINNATI: Bengals work on offensive line as next step in free agency | NFL Football | Idahostatesman.com
With their linebacker situation improved by the addition of free agent A.J. Hawk, the Bengals moved on to their offensive line on Wednesday, signing guard Clint Boling and tackle Eric Winston to deals that keep the unit intact. Hawk got a two-year deal from the team that he rooted for as a youngster. The nine-year veteran grew up in southwest Ohio and attended Bengals games at Riverfront Stadium before playing at Ohio State. Hawk played two games in Cincinnati when he was with the Green Bay Packers.

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