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A whole bunch of classy fans booed Andy Dalton in the MLB celebrity softball game yesterday. Will A.J. McCarron play a role in this years offense?

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Andy Dalton hears boos at celebrity softball game in Cincinnati | ProFootballTalk
The Major League Baseball All-Star Game is being held in Cincinnati this season and the festivities surrounding the game included a celebrity softball game that was played at the Great American Ball Park on Sunday.

Could McCarron Have Big Role On Bengals This Season?
Speculation is growing that AJ McCarron will likely be the first back-up quarterback for the Cincinnati Bengals. The hometown hero says he’s…

Bengals mail Part 2: Which rookie tackle can replace Andrew Whitworth? - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
Cedric Ogbuehi actually was a star at the position at Texas A&M before he tore his right ACL in the Aggies' Liberty Bowl win over West Virginia last December. He figures to be a long-term replacement for veteran and current Bengals left tackle Andrew Whitworth, who is coming up on the final year of his latest contract.

Bengals OC Hue Jackson tells ESPN he expects ex-LSU RB Jeremy Hill to exceed expectations in 2015 |
There's plenty of talk entering the 2015 season about Cincinnati Bengals sophomore running back Jeremy Hill, who led the NFL in rushing yards and yards per carry in the second half of the 2014 season and finished with a total of 1,124 rushing yards. For example, ESPN's Field Yates ranked Hill the fifth-best running back in the league, even higher than Marshawn Lynch and DeMarco Murray. The question is: how do the Bengals handle the expectations and should they attempt to shield Hill from it?

FlashBuck: "Big Daddy" Wilkinson was Literally Big Man on Campus | Eleven Warriors
Long before Michael Bennett or Cam Heyward, there was a guy named "Big Daddy," who terrorized opposing quarterbacks from the D-line position.

AJ McCarron a member of Cincinnati Bengals' Alabama club |
The Cincinnati Bengals play in the AFC North, but the NFL team looks south when stocking its roster. The Bengals have seven players who were high school football stars in Alabama on their roster heading into training camp later this month.

Four players who must step up for the Cincinnati Bengals in 2015 | isportsweb
The Cincinnati Bengals have quality starters at almost every position on the roster. Not many teams in the NFL have the talent and depth that the Bengals possess. Last season was a perfect example of this as a handful of the teams starters went down with significant injuries. Players who wouldn’t normally start were able to showcase their talent and play a role in claiming a playoff spot for the team. While injuries played a significant part in the playoff loss to the Colts, the Bengals performance also dipped in quality due to the play of the teams veterans. With the Bengals facing one of the toughest schedule’s in the NFL, the team will need to consistently play at their best in order to stay competitive in the AFC North. Here is a look at 4 players who must step up in 2015 if the Bengals hope to have a successful season.

Police: Aaron Kromer threatened to kill family of alleged victim | ProFootballTalk
We learned that Bills offensive line coach Aaron Kromer was arrested early Sunday morning in Walton County, Florida on a misdemeanor battery charge and the sheriff's office has released some of the information that led to the arrest. In a post to Facebook, Walton County Sherrif Michael A.

Marshawn Lynch May Be The Best Kickball Player Ever
Here we have some video of Marshawn Lynch playing kickball at a charity barbecue event in Oakland. And holy hell, I have absolutely no clue where Lynch’s first kick ends up! He kicks the ball so hard it appears to vanish into thin air. On his second kick, Lynch opted for a more traditional home run, and the plebes trying to hold him back are lucky Lynch didn’t go full beastmode. Damn, I miss kickball.