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It was bound to happen, the Eagles are planning to sign Tim Tebow. Tony Romo makes fun of the Patriots and here are the Bengals in yet another mock.

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Happy Days Are Here Again
Scoopage: The Eagles are plannng to bring in Tim Tebow and sign him tomorrow as they begin their offseason program FOX SPORTS has learned— Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) April 19, 2015

Romo pokes fun at Patriots over #DeflateGate | ProFootballTalk
The stadium in which the Cowboys play their home games is hosting the Academy of Country Music Awards.  And Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo made an appearance. Co-host Luke Bryan demanded that Romo throw him a football.  He did.

NFL Mock Draft 2015: Cincinnati Bengals Select Ereck Flowers - Canal Street Chronicles
With the 21st pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals select...

Cincinnati Bengals: Expectations for Mohamed Sanu
When Cincinnati Bengals superstar wideout A.J. Green went down with an injury, No. 2 receiver Mohamed Sanu, who would have been a No. 3 receiver if Marvin Jones didn’t miss the entire season, was thrust into the No. 1 role against a weak Carolina Panthers secondary. Sanu looked like a revelation, as he hauled in ten passes for 120 yards. While the Indianapolis Colts had no issues holding him to just three catches, he followed that 54-yard performance up with another 120-yard explosion, burning up the Baltimore Ravens beat-up defensive backfield with 125 receiving yards on just five receptions.

2015 49ers' Opponents: Cincinnati Bengals Free Agency Edition - Niners Nation
We take a look at what the Cincinnati Bengals have done in free agency and what needs they might have in the upcoming draft.

NFL Rumors - San Francisco 49ers & Cincinnati Bengals Interested in Drafting Dorial Green-Beckham | Sportige
Despite not playing a single game last season for the Oklahoma Sooners, Dorial Green-Beckham is regarded as one of the best wide receivers in the 2015 NFL draft, and is likely to end up with either the San Francisco 49ers or the Cincinnati Bengals. Green-Beckham has completed visits with both teams, and presents a very intriguing prospect because of his size and athleticism, but also due to the fact that he’s something of an unknown, not playing a single game for Oklahoma after transferring from Missouri, not getting the waiver approval from the NCAA, forcing him to sit a year before declaring for the draft.