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The city of Cincinnati is host to one of the premiere events in all of sports. If you have a chance you should attend. What would the scouting report look like on Paul (PJ) Dawson?

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Major League Baseball All-Stars to parade through streets of Cincinnati |
MLB All-Stars from the Cincinnati Reds and every other Major League Baseball team will travel through the streets of Cincinnati in Chevrolet Corvette Stingray and Silverado vehicles prior to the 2015 MLB All-Star Game on Tuesday, July 14 in the eleventh annual MLB All-Star Red Carpet Show presented by Chevrolet.

RSP Film Room No.33: TCU LB Paul Dawson | The Rookie Scouting Portfolio
Among Eric Stoner's talents is his experience playing and coaching linebackers. The contributing writer for the RSP blog joined me Sunday morning for a look at Dawson, who was considered a top linebacker prospect before his disappointing combine performance. Should we throw out the numbers or does the tape underscore the data? Here are some…

A.J. Green not worrying about contract situation with Cincinnati Bengals
A.J. Green is well aware of what's at stake the next six days for two of his fellow Pro Bowl receivers. But he isn't letting the contract situations of Dez Bryant and Demaryius Thomas cloud his thinking as he enters the final year of his rookie deal and faces a possible similar circumstance next summer.

Cincinnati Bengals' Jeremy Hill on the Path to Stardom
For better or worse, the Cincinnati Bengals have a number of big names that garner national recognition. The one player who’s consistently left out of those conversations is the fastest rising star on the roster. That player is Jeremy Hill.

John Sawyer, man who helped finance Bengals, dies at 90 - Story
That simple declaration was the eagerly anticipated exclamation point to a Bengals road win. At least when John Sawyer was part of the team's traveling party. When the charter flight -- in those days Boeing 737s -- had reached cruising altitude and the post-game steaks had been served, it was not only not unusual, it was expected that John would take the controls and fly a leg home from a victory.

Bengals mourn passing of one of their pioneers
John Sawyer made sure he brought his binoculars whenever he went to watch his Bengals. And until he became ill four years ago, he saw them play as often as anybody in the history of the franchise.             Home and away.             Mike Brown, the current Bengals president and the only man who has seen the Bengals play more, is pretty sure that without Sawyer’s long-distance vision, the Cincinnati Bengals never would have come to be.

2015 Steelers opponent capsules: Cincinnati Bengals
The start of the football season is just over two months away, with the start of training camp less than three weeks away. With football right around the corner, here is a look at each opponent the Pittsburgh Steelers face this season. Here's a look at the Steelers' Week 8 and Week 14 opponent, the Cincinnati Bengals.

Fat Guy Touchdown Alert!
It’s always big news in these parts when a Fat Guy scores a touchdown, and it happened tonight in the CFL as Ottawa defensive lineman Zack Evans came away with a ball out of Edmonton’s QB Matt Nichols’s hand and took it 65 yards to the maison. It’s not much consolation for the Redblacks, who are getting slaughtered. Fat guy touchdown News, Video and Gossip - Deadspin Fat guy touchdown News, Video and Gossip - Deadspin Fat guy touchdown News, Video and Gossip - Deadspi Watch A Giant High School Football Player Dominate His Tiny Opponents Read more Read more

Former Raiders QB Ken Stabler Dead At 69
Former NFL quarterback Ken Stabler, who led the Raiders to victory in Super Bowl XI in 1977, died yesterday at the age of 69. According to his family, Stabler died due to complications with colon cancer, and donated his brain and spinal cord to Boston University to study degenerative brain diseases.