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A federal judge strikes down the Redskins Trademark. Jason Pierre-Paul will have a little more trouble counting to ten. Is AJ McCarron going to be the man?

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Federal Judge Orders Cancellation of Washington Redskins Trademark
According to a report by ESPN, a federal judge called for the cancellation of the Washington Redskins’ trademark claiming that the name could be offensive to Native Americans.The decision by Judge Gerald Bruce Lee to have the Federal Patent and Trademark Office cancel the trademark confirms a previous finding by the administrative appeal board.

Jason Pierre-Paul had finger amputated | Larry Brown Sports
Putting aside that someone may have broken HIPAA laws in a major way by leaking the medical charts to Schefter, this could explain why JPP refused to allow the Giants to meet with him when they came to South Florida.

Clinton-Dix says AJ McCarron is 'going to be the man'
The season of positive comments on AJ McCarron continued over the holiday weekend, as a former Alabama teammate endorsed the gunslinger...

The Ball State Daily :: Wenning excited, relieved for chance with hometown Cincinnati Bengals
Keith Wenning grew up watching the Cincinnati Bengals as a kid in Coldwater, Ohio. Now, he'll have a chance to play for them.

Why playoff-win drought for Cincinnati Bengals, Andy Dalton will go on - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
Ask any sports fan from the Queen City what he or she most wants out of their professional sports teams and you will get a simple answer: a playoff win. It's been 20 years since the Cincinnati Reds won a playoff series, and 25 since the Cincinnati Bengals last claimed a postseason victory. Earlier this summer, the New York Times even declared the city's sports fans as the 12th-most tortured in the country, due to the dearth of recent postseason success.

Cincinnati Bengals' Cedric Ogbuehi progressing from ACL injury - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
Marvin Lewis made it clear during the Cincinnati Bengals' organized team activities (OTAs) and minicamp that his training staff had no plans of rushing first-round draft pick Cedric Ogbuehi in his rehab from a torn ACL. "There's no timeline, there's no race," the head coach told reporters in May. It appears Ogbuehi has begun making strides toward getting onto the field.

Fantasy Football Cincinnati Bengals Preview 2015 - Cincy Jungle
We preview the 2015 Cincinnati Bengals from a fantasy football perspective.

Haloti Ngata: I’ve never been part of a defense like Detroit’s | ProFootballTalk
Haloti Ngata played on some very good defenses in his nine seasons in Baltimore. But he thinks he's part of something really special in Detroit. Ngata says that alongside fellow Lions defensive linemen Jason Jones, Ziggy Ansah, Caraun Reid and Darryl Tapp, he thinks he's on the best defense he's ...