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Bengals Bites (8/7) - Get Your Tickets

So there may or may not be a team that calls Los Angeles home next season, but that won't stop the NFL from selling tickets for a team that is TBD. What can you expect to see in camp?

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NFL reviewing Los Angeles ticket options | FOX Sports
Attention Rams, Raiders and Chargers fans: You might soon be able to get in line for tickets for your team's home games next year in Los Angeles. Even before it's decided whether your team will actually move there.

Bengals notebook: Rookie getting feel for NFL physicality |
Cincinnati Bengals rookie tight end Tyler Kroft said he has been preparing himself all summer for the first week of full pads and contact, but he admitted Thursday after practice that envisioning it is a far cry from enacting it.

3 Things You Should Know About Day 6 Of Bengals Training Camp |
Here are three things you should know about Thursday’s sixth day of Cincinnati Bengals training camp:An empty Paul Brown Stadium was hardly silent

Johnny Manziel will get first-team reps during scrimmage but Josh McCown still 'firmly the one' |
Browns coach Mike Pettine said Johnny Manziel will get first-team reps during the scrimmage Friday night at Ohio Stadium, but that Josh McCown is still firmly the starter.

Eric Winston Says Roger Goodell's Role in Player Discipline Will Impact New CBA | Bleacher Report
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WATCH: Former Rutgers and current Cincinnati Bengals tight end Tyler Kroft's incredible catch |
Former Rutgers tight end Tyler Kroft is turning heads in Cincinnati Bengals training camp.

Camp Now and Then
A.J. Hawk made his name in Green Bay. But he was made to be a Bengal. Go back to that first Bengals' training camp.

Bengals veteran tackles determined to hold onto starting job |
Andrew Whitworth and Andre Smith could see what's next when the Bengals took offensive tackles with their first two picks in the draft. For …

Cleveland Browns veterans asked front office to end the turnover
If you think the fans of the Cleveland Browns are fed up with the constant turnover and turmoil in Berea, it appears the players are right there with them. In an excellent profile of Browns offensive tackle Joe Thomas written by Grantland’s Robert Mays, it’s reported that roughly one dozen veterans on the team met with majority owner Jimmy Haslam and team president Alec Scheiner with one message in mind: Enough is enough.