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Bengals Bites (5/19) - Getting Paid More

Odell Beckham Jr thinks NFL players should be paid more. TMZ wrecks a sad story. The Bengals need to win a playoff game.

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Odell Beckham Jr. Says NFL Players Should Be Paid More
Giants receiver and Madden cover boy Odell Beckham Jr. was asked by the Huffington Post what one thing he would change about the NFL. He took a second to think, then answered, “I think that we should make more money, personally.”

How TMZ Misreported A Former NFLer's Place And Cause Of Death
Linebacker Adrian Robinson, who bounced around the NFL and last played in a game in 2013, was found dead in Philadelphia on Saturday night. According to the medical examiner’s office, his death was ruled suicide by hanging. There are no more details yet, but this wholly contradicts an earlier report that Robinson had been shot to death in an entirely different city.

Bengals say it's time to win a playoff game
Bengals defensive tackle Domata Peko insists his team is hungry.

Former USC cornerback Josh Shaw signs with the Cincinnati Bengals - LA Times
The Bengals selected Shaw in the fourth round of the NFL draft earlier this month. He was the first USC cornerback to be drafted since Kevin Thomas was picked in the third round in 2010.

Cincinnati Bengals: The forgotten wide receiver?
Unfortunately, in any type of sport, an injury can greatly alter a player’s progression. In the NFL, especially, where hitting happens almost every second, players are more prone to injury. In the 2014 NFL season, the Cincinnati Bengals dealt with the injury bug heavily on the offensive side of the ball.

Jeremy Hill -- Now or never for Cincinnati Bengals to win in playoffs
That's a phrase Cincinnati Bengals running back Jeremy Hill doesn't want to be saying next January, even if many around the Queen City have gotten accustomed to saying it the last four years. To him, the Bengals have no time to waste simply reaching for postseason glory. They have to snatch it.

CINCINNATI: Kirkpatrick, Dennard get chance for bigger role with Bengals | Cincinnati Bengals |
Dre Kirkpatrick doesn't even hesitate. He calls himself a Bengals starting cornerback. Starting next month, he'll get a chance to earn the title. The Bengals have an open job now that Terence Newman has left for Minnesota as a free agent. Kirkpatrick and Darqueze Dennard will compete for the opening, beginning with minicamp next month.