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Bengals Bites (6/18) - Retire The Sign

Johnny 'Money' Manziel is retiring the money sign he failed to use much in the pros. The Bengals look to be the Bungles no more. Devon Still has a decision to make.

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Johnny Manziel is retiring the money sign | ProFootballTalk
He's no longer Money Manziel. Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel said today that he's done with the money sign, which had been his trademark celebration since his days as a Heisman Trophy winner at Texas A&M. "The money sign will not be back. I will not be making it," Manziel said.

Cincinnati Bengals look to shed Queen City Bungles label -- 'We're tired'
The Bengals want to retire the Queen City Bungles label once and for all. As humorous as their mediocrity some two decades ago may have been to those outside Southwest Ohio, the current-day Bengals say they find nothing funny about the jokes that are still being cracked at their expense.

Devon Still at NFL crossroads as Leah's fight continues
Walking on to the Paul Brown Stadium turf for the first time this offseason at the beginning of the team's three-day mandatory minicamp Tuesday, Devon Still's blue hospital bracelet clashes against the black and orange of his jersey.

Bengals lineman Devon Still buoyed by daughter's improvement
, the Bengals released him from the roster but kept him on the practice squad to start the season so he could keep his medical coverage. He was later added to the roster and played in

Over/Under: How Many Games Will the Cincinnati Bengals Win in 2015? | Bleacher Report
The Cincinnati Bengals have high hopes heading into the 2015 season. How many games will the Bengals win in 2015? Will they live up to expectations?

Raising Your Kids To Be Cleveland Sports Fans Is An Act Of Cruelty
Last night, I knew how it was going to end before Game 6 even began. I’m from northeast Ohio.