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Aaron Hernandez talks about how easy it is to pass NFL drug tests. Makes you wonder how so many fail. Workout dates for the offseason for all 32 NFL teams.

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How did Aaron Hernandez not fail NFL drug tests? - Sports - The Boston Globe
The Aaron Hernandez saga has conjured up many questions over the last two years. How could someone live such a duplicitous life and hide it so well? How could someone with so much going for him throw it all away (allegedly)? Watching the proceedings of his first murder trial on Wednesday, another question came to mind: How exactly did Hernandez pass all of those NFL drug tests?

NFL offseason workout dates for all 32 teams | ProFootballTalk
Cincinnati Bengals – First day of workouts: April 20; OTAs: May 26-28, June 2-4, June 8-11; Mandatory Minicamp: June 16-18

As draft nears, four teams have just two QBs on their rosters | ProFootballTalk
The Colts have their franchise quarterback. The Buccaneers, who have the No. 1 overall pick in the draft, are expected to take a passer in the hopes he will be their Andrew Luck.

2015 NFL Draft: Bengals Must Consider Selecting LB Early
Much to the chagrin of many fans, I have to admit I generally agree with the Bengals’ approach towards acclimating rookies to the NFL. Essentially “redshirting” them for the year is something I find to be prudent for both the player and the team.

Bengals Intrigue As The Tight Ends Turn - Cincinnati - Scout
Among the college tight ends going under the Bengals' microscope during pro day visits was Iowa State's E.J. Bibbs, a top-10 prospect on USA Today's list of the top 20 tight ends eligible for the 2015 draft. He's projected by some to be a fourth-round pick.

2015 NFL Draft: Making the Case For Andrus Peat For Cincinnati Bengals At No. 21 - RantSports
The 2015 NFL Draft is swiftly approaching and the Cincinnati Bengals could go in several different directions with the 21st pick. Many believe they will trade their first-round pick to receive more picks in later rounds. I, however, believe that drafting offensive tackle Andrus Peat would be the smartest move if he’s still on the board.