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Bengals Bites (3/23) - A Word From Brown

Mike Brown talks a little with the media. Speaking of the Browns, the factory of sadness may be featured on Hard Knocks.

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5 questions with Bengals owner Mike Brown
The league meetings kick off on Monday and that allows time for Mike Brown to sit down with The Enquirer and the club website at the sprawling Arizona Biltmore Hotel to discuss the state of the franchise this offseason. The sting of the latest in four consecutive playoff berths ending in four consecutive first-round losses wasn't lost as Brown and the family leadership assess how to avoid another season falling short of the growing expectations.

Brown: future is now
The future is now. That’s Bengals president Mike Brown’s view of the upcoming season as his club aims to make the NFL postseason for a fifth straight year. That means he won’t focus on an extension for his head coach or the bulk of the dozen starters and regulars on the last year of their deals until after the 2015 season.

Report: Browns in line for Hard Knocks | ProFootballTalk
The Factory of Sadness could be getting a closeup. Vic Carucci of the Buffalo News, who previously worked directly for the Browns, reports that the Browns are the front runners to be featured on the 2015 edition of HBO’s Hard Knocks.

Cincinnati Bengals Rumors: A.J. McCarron Will Be Starting Quarterback In 2016 | RantSports
The Cincinnati Bengals, long one of the stingiest organizations in the NFL, made what looked at first glance to be a long-term commitment to quarterback Andy Dalton last August. But almost immediately after news of the six-year deal broke, a closer look at the details painted a clearer picture.

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