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The Bengals will have a QB battle in camp. Bengals newest speedster looks to improve his hands. How did the Bengals draft picks do in camp?

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Breaking down the Cincinnati Bengals' early four-man quarterback race - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
When he was asked earlier this week about finally having AJ McCarron as a regular participant in on-field drills, Cincinnati Bengals quarterbacks coach Ken Zampese's face lit up. It was "delayed gratification," he said.

Cincinnati Bengals: Quarterback Depth Chart
The Cinncinati Bengals enter an interesting season in 2015. It seems like it’s been forever since the Cincinnati Bengals have won a playoff game. In fact, George H.W. Bush was the President of the United States and current star wide receiver A.J. Green was just two years old.

Speedster Mario Alford focused on improving hands at next level | FOX Sports
Speedster Mario Alford focused on improving hands at next level

How picks fared in first camp
The newest Cincinnati Bengals are transitioning into NFL life – even if all of them don't have contracts just yet – and are working out with veterans who have come in for voluntary activities. The Enquirer caught up with each of the nine draft picks to see how their three-day mini-camp went and their initial forays into professional football.

Tom Obarski gives Concordia-St. Paul a second player in NFL camps -
Concordia-St. Paul sent its first player to the NFL last season and now he has a Super Bowl ring. The Division II school, though, isn't about to stop there.

Cincinnati Bengals defined by youth, inexperience at tight end - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN

One particular Cincinnati Bengals coach will be doing his share of teaching later this offseason. With a young and mostly inexperienced group of charges, tight ends coach Jonathan Hayes might have to give his best impression of an NFL professor.

Linebacker retires as one of most respected Ravens | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore

As he officially announced his retirement Wednesday, former Ravens linebacker Jarret Johnson received praise from many directions. General manager Ozzie Newsome hailed Johnson for his leadership during his nine seasons with the Ravens.

Cleveland Browns offer variety, options and competition in the running game: Tom Reed analysis |

Terrance West was in and out of Mike Pettine's doghouse so often last season he's probably committed the PIN pad code to memory. From lax practice habits to ball-security issues to social-media foibles, the running back took his share of grief from the coach. West also led the Browns in rushing and, despite his inconsistent ways, delivered several big-time efforts against division rivals.

Steelers to continue tiered ticket-pricing plan | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
The Steelers announced today they will continue the variable ticket pricing plan they instituted last year for the first time. The Steelers have three price tiers for tickets for season ticket-holders – preseason, black and gold.