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Bengals Bites (4/7) - Aggressive Marvin Lewis

Marvin Lewis ranks as the 12th most aggressive coach in the NFL. The Bengals could be paying more than 3 million in workout bonuses. Welcome Denarius Moore.

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Aggressiveness Index 2014
Marvin Lewis ranked 12th most aggressive coach in NFL

Cincinnati Bengals could make more than $3 million in workout bonuses - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
When the offseason workout program begins for the Bengals on April 20, about a third of them will have more than $3 million in extra incentives.

Cincinnati Bengals: Denarius Moore signs - NFL -
The Cincinnati Bengals have signed former Oakland Raiders wide receiver Denarius Moore to a one-year deal, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Monday. In four seasons with the Raiders, Moore caught 142 passes for 2,169 yards and 17 touchdowns. His best season came in 2012, when he caught 51 passes for 741 yards and seven touchdowns.

Cincinnati Bengals' Top Needs, Fits for 2015 NFL Draft to Build for the Future | Bleacher Report
The future comes into focus for the Cincinnati Bengals at the 2015 NFL draft.  Over the course of the past couple of years, coach Marvin Lewis and the front office haven't needed to grab instant-impact players early in drafts to stay competitive. Thanks to a smart navigation of free agency, the same holds true this offseason.

Bengals installing new scoreboard this week
Thousands of Opening Day revelers in Downtown Cincinnati may get a front-row seat to the installation of the Cincinnati Bengals' new scoreboard. A crane arrived at Paul Brown Stadium last week and team officials said construction activity is planned Monday and Tuesday.

2015 NFL mock draft: Options for every team after free agency -
What happens to teams when the player they covet in the first round unexpectedly gets taken before their pick? They have to have a backup. That's what this week's scenario spotlights.

Lawrence Tynes Sues Buccaneers Over Career-Ending MRSA Infection
Lawrence Tynes hasn’t kicked in the NFL since suffering an MRSA infection in his toe in August 2013, while he was with the Buccaneers. Today he made it clear he blames the team for the infection and the end of his football career, as he filed a lawsuit against the Buccaneers, seeking $35 million in lost future earnings and damages.

DA: NFL, Union Can See Pictures From Greg Hardy Case, Nobody Else Can
The Mecklenburg district attorney has allowed the NFL and the NFL Players Association to view seven photographs it wanted to see from Greg Hardy’s domestic violence case. What exactly is shown in the seven photographs isn’t made clear in the press release, but the announcement is clear on who won’t be seeing the photos—reporters and the public.

Matt Stafford Traveled Through Time To 2005 And Got Married
Lions quarterback Matt Stafford got married over the weekend—congratulations to the happy couple!—and based on pictures that were taken at the event, it appears that he and his wedding party managed to travel through time and hold the ceremony in 2005, the last time trucker hats were a thing.

NCAA won’t move title game from Monday night | ProFootballTalk
As the NFL continues to consider expanding the playoff field from 12 to 14 teams and, in turn, placing two extra wild-card games into a weekend that already has four playoff contests, the league likely has one less viable slot in prime time.