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GREAT NEWS: Cincinnati Bengals player Devon Still announces daughter Leah's cancer officially in remission |
Great news! According to Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still, after 296 days of battling cancer, his 4-year-old daughter Leah is officially in remission.

Bengals Tony McGee found success with his business HNM Global Logistics - NFL -
Former Bengals tight end Tony McGee tried everything from talk radio to roofing before striking paydirt with his company HNM Global Logistics.

Best and Worst Moves the Cincinnati Bengals Have Made in Free Agency | Bleacher Report
Believe it or not, the 2015 edition of NFL free agency is already two weeks old. This means, of course, that the most significant free agents have already been signed to new contracts and the flurry of early action has dwindled down to a trickle.

Cincinnati Bengals Seven-Round 2015 NFL Mock Draft
The Cincinnati Bengals ended up with a 10-5-1 record during the 2014 season, but came up short to the Indianapolis Colts in the first round of the playoffs. There is no question that they have the type of talent to make a run at the playoffs again in 2015.

Jermaine Gresham still an option for Bengals
The first wave of free agency came and went with former Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham still on the market. The Bengals didn't make a significant run at their former first-round draft pick and current unrestricted free agent, but as the team enters preparation for the draft with the tight end position still open, Marvin Lewis didn't rule out the possibility that the polarizing player could return to Cincinnati next season.

NFL bans Patriots’ ineligible receiver ploy | ProFootballTalk
The trick play the Patriots used against the Ravens in the playoffs will no longer be legal under an NFL rule adopted today. The league has made it illegal for an offensive player with an eligible receiver’s jersey number (1-49 and 80-89) to report as an ineligible player and line up outside the tackle box. That means the play on which Patriots running back Shane Vereen lined up as an ineligible receiver in the slot would now be a penalty.