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Bengals Bites (7/2) - Protecting Oceans

Robert Griffin III is spending his off-season doing his part to protect the oceans. Rashard Mendenhall talks about being a staff writer on the show Ballers. The Bengals have high hopes for Will Clarke.

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Robert Griffin III speaks at United Nations to advocate for protecting oceans
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III was among the many celebrities, including Samuel L. Jackson, to address the United Nations general assembly on Tuesday to advocate for the protection of the Earth’s oceans. RG3 spoke to how humanity’s actions are destroying the oceans, specifically the use of plastic bottles, although that’s not the only problem plaguing them.

Rashard Mendenhall: The Real Player Behind 'Ballers' -
Of course, Mendenhall admits, there were parties. The wildest were the ones rookies are expected to throw at the start of each season. Mendenhall recalls a young offensive lineman making the mistake of giving his credit card to Steelers quarterback Ben Roeth­lisberger. "Ben just did the whole thing," Mendenhall says. "One night — the rookie ended up with a $25,000 bill from the club."

Cincinnati Bengals' optimism high in backup defensive end Will Clarke - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
Knee-deep in the long march toward training camp, we're taking a look all this week at seven Cincinnati Bengals who could have breakout seasons in 2015.

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Mohamed Sanu kicks 60 yard field goal | Watch the video - Yahoo Sports
Watch Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Mohamed Sanu kick a 60 yard field goal.

Setting Realistic Expectations for Each Cincinnati Bengals Rookie | Bleacher Report
Now thick in the lull of the offseason, the attention around the Cincinnati Bengals should turn to the future.  Doing so, it might be best to focus on the rookies.

Former Alabama QB AJ McCarron will host free camp at Baker |
McCarron's free clinic will take place in two sessions on July 11

DeSean Jackson rips Eagles in new reality TV show | Larry Brown Sports
The premiere of Jackson’s new reality TV show “Home Team” aired on BET Tuesday night, and the Pro Bowl wide receiver had plenty to say about the Philadelphia Eagles. It began with the opening monologue.