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Thoughts on how the NFL could fix the extra point. Still debating offense or defense in the first round of the draft.

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Report: This Is How The NFL Could Fix PATs
Extra points are broken, and nearly everyone in football agrees. Last year, according to Peter King in today's MMQB, 30 of 32 NFL teams polled agreed that the PAT has to change. And per King, a framework for changes appears to have emerged during last week's league meetings.

Cincinnati Bengals: Offense Or Defense In First Round?
It’s an age-old question which fields different results. For the Cincinnati Bengals, do they go offense or defense in the first round of the NFL Draft?

Should The Bengals Draft A Quarterback Late? - Stripe Hype
The Cincinnati Bengals have yet to re-sign Jason Campbell, which means they will likely head into the draft with only two quarterbacks under contract: Andy Dalton and A.J. McCarron. Although, a third string quarterback could be found in free agency, should the Bengals instead use a late-round draft pick to select another quarterback? There are two solid prospects that, if available, could prove to be a strong second or third string option.

Breaking down Cincinnati Bengals' 2015 top earners: Nos. 6-10 - ESPN
How important will the next free-agency period be for the Cincinnati Bengals? Consider this: Of their current top-51 contracts, 25 will be expiring 12 months from now by the start of the 2016 league year. It means nearly half of the 51 priciest contracts they're currently paying are going to players whose Bengals tenures could, in theory, be over by next March.

Cincinnati Bengals’ Devon Still’s Pre-Game Playlist « CBS Miami
Cincinnati Bengals defensive lineman Devon Still has many options of music to listen to—just based on who he is listening with.

La'el Collins looks like perfect fit for Cincinnati Bengals - ESPN
In addition to the scouts and coaches taking a look at potential pro prospects at LSU's pro day Friday, a key member of the Cincinnati Bengals' offense was on the scene, too. Andrew Whitworth, an LSU product who calls Louisiana his offseason home, was at the pro day to support the latest crop of draft hopefuls from his alma mater. Arguably Cincinnati's most vocal leader, the veteran Pro Bowl left tackle's words carry weight at Paul Brown Stadium.

Colts, Irsay issue statements on Indiana law | ProFootballTalk
Earlier today, the NBA and the Pacers addressed the controversial new Indiana law that potentially permits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation under the guise of religious freedom.  Coincidentally (or otherwise), the NFL and the Colts have now done so, too.