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Devon Still shares some bad news about his daughter Leah. What did we learn in Bengals OTA's? Which NFL team is poised to end its championship drought?

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Devon Still: Daughter Leah Has 'Serious Complication' in Cancer Fight - ABC News
Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still is seeking prayers tonight for his young daughter, Leah, after reporting a setback in her fight against cancer. He wasn't specific about the exact nature of the complication, but he offered some details via Instagram.

Leah Still, daughter of Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still, has setback in recovery from cancer
Leah Still has had a setback on the road to recovery from Stage 4 pediatric cancer, her father, Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still, said Friday. Leah was recently diagnosed with a serious disease that is the result of a complication from stem cell transplants, her father said. As he has often done during Leah's cancer fight, Devon Still took to Instagram to share the update.

Bengals OTA: What we learned - Cincy Jungle
The Cincinnati Bengals concluded the first week of OTA practices this week -- Tuesday's session was the only one under the careful eye of the local media. Here's what we learned this week.

Which NFL team is best poised to end its city’s championship drought? | ProFootballTalk
With the Cavaliers qualifying for the NBA Finals, the city of Cleveland could finally shed most of its Factory of Sadness sports vibe. Which brings me to Wednesday's PFT Planet poll question: Which NFL team is best positioned to end a drought of 20 years or more in its current city? Pick an an...

Matt Barkley says Tim Tebow is 'not taking my reps on the field' at Eagles OTAs |
Many of the 105 sets of eyes in attendance at the first Eagles OTA practice open to the media were trained on quarterback Tim Tebow.

Falcons cut linebacker/alleged dog-killer Prince Shembo | ProFootballTalk
That didn't take long. Within hours of charges being filed accusing him of kicking and killing his then-girlfriend's small dog, the Falcons have released linebacker Prince Shembo, according to Zach Klein of WSB. The Falcons have since announced the move themselves.

Walkthrough 5.29: Bengals FAQs
The final Friday in May means we've about exhausted all the non-news news surrounding the Bengals this month, and I'm feeling like answering a few questions. So much of what happens this time of year are manufactured storylines meaning little in the big picture. We try to focus only on the meaningful developments and keep the repetitive nonsense to a minimum.

Report: Atlanta Falcons great Chuck Smith added to Cincinnati Bengals coaching staff - The Falcoholic
Fact: Chuck Smith once ate an entire football