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Bengals Bites: Training Camp Returns

The first day of Bengals training camp was a rather productive one in that no one got hurt while guys who needed to look good did just that.

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Camp report: Green looks to refresh NFL's memory -
2014 was a year to forget for A.J. Green, and he used it as motivation for this offseason as he enters a critical 2015 season. He looked sharp on the first day of training camp and in sync with Andy Dalton.

Review of Bengals Day at Camp -
Among the biggest standouts of the Bengals' first day of camp include Mario Alford, Geno Atkins and A.J. Green. It wa a rough day for veteran receiver Denarius Moore and undrafted free agent corner Troy Hill.

Bengals coach on Brandon Tate: playmaking consistency needed - ESPN
Wide receivers coach James Urban thinks the enigmatic Brandon Tate is capable of being more of an impact player, but he has to be more consistent if he's ever going to be anything more than a return specialist.

Patriots release emails to NFL on leaks of false information - PFT
As if the Deflategate back-and-forth between the Patriots and NFL couldn't look any worse, it somehow finds a way to look even worse for both sides.

Jets rookie Devin Smith breaks ribs -
One of the top wide receiver prospects in this year's NFL draft was Ohio State deep threat Devin Smith. Now, the second-round pick will miss most of his first training camp after breaking his ribs during Friday's practice session.

Michael Johnson feeling fit; Green mum on contract -
The return of Michael Johnson is a welcome sight for both the Bengals and Johnson himself. As for A.J. Green is his ongoing contract talks with the Bengals, he's not talking about it while his focus is more on camp.

Healthy Eifert Could Have Huge Impact -
The Bengals' passing offense struggled last year without several of its top pass-catchers, including Tyler Eifert. Now fully healthy and the clear-cut No. 1 tight end, Eifert is ready for a big training camp that hopefully parlays into a big 2015 season.