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Bengals Bites (7/20) - What can be Deflated

On a popular game show, Rob Gronkowski is asked "What can be deflated?". Jermaine Gresham having his tires kicked by the Arizona Cardinals. Some storylines to watch in camp.

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Rob Gronkowski Asked What Can Be Deflated, Gives Winning Answer (Video) | New England Patriots |
Rob Gronkowski doesn’t always come across as a certified genius when he opens his mouth, but the New England Patriots tight end silenced the doubters on Sunday. Appearing on ABC’s “Celebrity Family Feud,” the All-Pro tight end was asked: “What’s something that can be deflated or inflated?” with the first question of the night. Gronk wisely passed up an opportunity to answer, garnering chuckles from the crowd.

Jermaine Gresham to visit Cardinals this week | ProFootballTalk
There aren't too many players available on the open market that could provide upgrades for teams before they start training camp, but tight end Jermaine Gresham could do that for someone.

Cincinnati Bengals Training Camp: 5 Early Storylines to Watch | Bleacher Report
As the Cincinnati Bengals approach the 2015 iteration of training camp, several interesting storylines surround the team.  The notion applies to all levels of the organization, too. Coach Marvin Lewis and the front office have to figure out things such as contracts and will also have to deal with critical positional battles, which the players will fight out on the field.

Cincinnati Bengals mail Part 2: Which games are key for Andy Dalton? - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
When they travel to Oakland on Sept. 13 for the season opener against the Raiders, the Cincinnati Bengals will begin the schedule regarded the NFL's second-toughest. It's a set of games that includes contests against the always-challenging NFC West, not to mention the annual six games against the rest of the AFC North, a division that sent three teams to the playoffs last year.

AJ McCarron Will Be Bengals' QB By 2016 - Today's Pigskin
To say the Cincinnati Bengals need to step up in the biggest games of the year would be an understatement. They’ve lost in the Wild Card round of the playoffs in each of the last four years and they have lost their last seven-playoff games as a franchise. Their last win in the playoffs was in 1990 against the Houston Oilers in the Wild Card round. Lately, the main problem in the playoffs has been on offense. In their last four-playoff games, they’ve averaged fewer than 11 points per game and have been outscored 103-43 in those games. It has been tough to take for Bengals’ fans after such successful regular seasons.