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Bengals Bites (4/25) - Questioning Lewis

One article questions if the Bengals should be content with head coach Marvin Lewis. Greg Hardy already fighting with team mates.

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Should Cincinnati Bengals be content with Marvin Lewis?
Many fans throughout the Cincinnati metropolitan area thought some major changes were coming to the team this year, but that doesn’t appear to be the case. Marvin Lewis, head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals, has been in charge in 2003, but the question has to be asked — should he still be? It should be noted that Lewis has impressively led the Bengals to the playoffs in four consecutive seasons, but in 12 seasons in charge he’s yet to deliver a playoff win.

Sources: Greg Hardy gets into verbal altercation with Cowboys teammate | FOX Sports
Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy was involved in a verbal altercation with backup defensive lineman Davon Coleman at the team's facility on Friday and had to be separated by teammates, sources have told FOX Sports. The dispute between Hardy and Coleman arose from Hardy's questioning Coleman's effort during conditioning drills, a source said.

Tony Romo closes speech with: ‘We’re going to win a Super Bowl next year’ | | Dallas Morning News
The Cowboys quarterback gave an engaging 10-minute acceptance speech about needing help from others so he could achieve his goals. While giving examples of the people who helped him along the way, Romo described how he transformed from a player focused on individual goals to someone who now only cares about team accomplishments.

Cincinnati Bengals: Leah Still with coin toss at Temple spring game - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
Leah Still will be back in the public eye this weekend. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, the 4-year-old daughter of Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still will, with help from her father, conduct the opening coin toss before Temple's spring football game Saturday.

NFL experts predict Bengals' regular-season record | Cincinnati Sun Times
ESPN Cincinnati Bengals reporter Cole Harvey thinks the Bengals will go 10-6 this season, losing to the Ravens in Baltimore, Steelers in Pittsburgh, Browns in Cleveland, Cardinals in Arizona, Broncos in Denver and the Seattle Seahawks in Cincinnati.

Cincinnati Bengals 2015 Draft Preview | Miami Herald Miami Herald
One-and-done playoff appearances are starting to get old in Cincinnati but Marvin Lewis remains in good standing, recently receiving a one-year contract extension. To get the Bengals over the hump, a few tweaks are needed and it all starts with the 21st overall pick. Cincinnati has two very good tackles in Andrew Whitworth and Andre Smith but both will be entering the final year of their contracts and Whitworth will be turning 34 over the summer so it may be time to look toward the future.