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Bengals Bites (3/8) - QB Competition Possible

The Bengals sorting things out as free agency is set to open. Brian Hoyer has interest from Texas.

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Bengals plan visit with A.J. Hawk for next week | ProFootballTalk
The Bengals re-signed Rey Maualuga on Friday, but they may not be done making moves at linebacker. Geoff Hobson of the team's website reports that the Bengals plan to bring A.J. Hawk in for a visit next week "as they rate veteran linebacker depth" in free agency.

How Andrew Hawkins helped earn Emmanuel Lamur $814K
Bengals outdoors linebacker Emmanuel Lamur warms up on the field prior to playing the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field on Dec. 28.

Cincinnati Bengals: The Time is Now - Stripe Hype
Since the Carson Palmer era came to an abrupt end in the 2011 season, the Cincinnati Bengals have done a great job pursuing their own free agents and building a sustainably winning franchise through the draft.  All of this hard work by coaches, scouts, player personnel and, most importantly, players has now come to a point.  Patient fans have been rewarded with a franchise that signs the right players, develops their own talent, and produces winning results.  With all of that said, the time to make a real push towards a Lombardi trophy is now.

Cincinnati Bengals RUMORS: Andy Dalton to Face QB Competition in 2015? : Sports : Headlines & Global News
Good isn't good enough in the NFL. Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton has led his team to the post-season in all four of his years in the NFL. But just making the playoffs isn't enough for the Bengals anymore. The franchise wants to make the leap from pretender to contender, and that means getting more out of the quarterback position.

Cincinnati Bengals' 2014 free agent report card | Cincinnati
The 2015 NFL free agency period is just under a week away, and May 10 is sure to be an exciting day for a lot of NFL teams. But before we look at 2015′s free agency period, let’s see how the Cincinnati Bengals did last year in free agency.

Report: Texans interested in Brian Hoyer | ProFootballTalk
In the last couple of weeks, we've heard quarterback Ryan Mallett say that he wants to return to the Texans and we've heard the Texans say they want Mallett back for a second season in Houston.

Unhappy with Chiefs, Houston hopes to attract an offer sheet | ProFootballTalk
Once the new league year begins on Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. ET, players restricted by the franchise tag can start entertaining offers from teams that would be willing:  (1) to pay them a lot of money; and (2) to give up two first-round draft picks to make it happen.