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Bengals Bites (3/2) - Expanding Rosters

The competition committee is meeting and one topic is the possible expansion of NFL rosters to 55 players. The Bengals are taking a look at the wide receiver position. Even Lynch thought he was getting the ball.

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Rosters could expand to 55 | ProFootballTalk
The Competition Committee's annual pre-league meeting get-together includes, for 2015, examination of roster size. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the Competition Committee is considering expanding rosters from 53 to 55.

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