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Bengals Bites (5/6) - Adding Green And Yellow

The Bengals add another Oregon player in safety Erick Dargan. Paul Dawson still learning from his college coach. Jake Fisher does not plan on being a backup.

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An In-Depth Look at Cincinnati Bengals' Most Intriguing Selection, Paul Dawson | Bleacher Report
There's little debate that the Cincinnati Bengals' most heralded pick in the 2015 NFL draft also happens to be the team's most intriguing selection.  This refers to third-round pick Paul Dawson, of course.

Paul Dawson leaves TCU having learned lessons in humility | The Star Telegram The Star Telegram
Paul Dawson is no longer a part of the TCU football team after his third-round selection by the Cincinnati Bengals in the NFL Draft. That doesn’t mean he isn’t still learning from TCU coach Gary Patterson.

Former Oregon Ducks safety Erick Dargan says he's signed with Cincinnati Bengals |
For a team with the colors of orange and black, the Cincinnati Bengals are about to get a bunch of green and yellow added to their rookie minicamp roster. Former Oregon safety Erick Dargan has agreed to a deal with the Bengals, the Duck said in a phone interview Tuesday. He is the last of a dozen former Ducks to announce where he will attend minicamps that begin within the next week, depending on the team.

Jake Fisher's plan isn't to be a Cincinnati Bengals backup - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
For the last three years, Jake Fisher has been a starter at right offensive tackle, helping block for one of the nation's best quarterbacks. But that was then.

Chiefs cut Terrelle Pryor | ProFootballTalk
Terrelle Pryor’s tenure with the Chiefs didn’t last long. Pryor, the former Raiders starter, was cut by the Chiefs today. He’s been with the Chiefs since January.

NFL Teams Have Begun Courting La'el Collins
La’el Collins met with Baton Rouge police yesterday to answer questions about the murder of his former girlfriend and her unborn child. Collins, who has not been named as a suspect, is now looking to sign a contract as an undrafted rookie. According to a few reports, at least two teams have already started the free-agency dance