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Bengals Bytes (1/12): On their way to L.A.

Marvin Lewis adds another branch to his coaching tree. Which Ben Roethlisberger will show up in Kansas City next week? The Chargers will be based out of Los Angeles next season as they leave San Diego behind.

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Broo View: 9 things the Bengals should do this offseason

It's been 10 days now. So understanding that there is nothing more expensive in life than free advice, let me offer nine things the Bengals should do in this offseason. In no particular order...

Bengals' Cedric Ogbuehi wants to build off 's---' 2016

Cedric Ogbuehi couldn’t escape it, and could only admit it as he walked out of Paul Brown Stadium the day after the season ended. “2016 was a s--- year," he said. It began inauspiciously in the spring when an injury knocked him out of early practices. Then in the preseason, he injured a toe in the first exhibition game and did not see the field again until the season opener in New York on Sept. 11.

Vance Joseph to Broncos

The Denver Broncos have hired Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Vance Joseph to be their new head coach. Mike Klis of 9News reported the sides reached a deal Wednesday. Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, Joseph is receiving a four-year contract.

AFC North Bytes

Which Ben Roethlisberger Will The Steelers Get This Week?

The Steelers have arguably the most dynamic offense in the NFL. They also have one of the league’s most uniquely talented quarterbacks in Ben Roethlisberger. Yet Pittsburgh has won eight in a row, including Sunday’s thumping of the Dolphins, despite some remarkably inconsistent play from Roethlisberger. The Steelers’ hopes of beating the Chiefs this weekend—and winning the two potential games beyond that—depend largely on what they get from Roethlisberger. His 2016 track record suggests there’s absolutely no telling what that may be.

Can Gregg Williams change the culture of the Browns without breaking the rules?

Scott Fujita spent one season playing linebacker for Gregg Williams, the new Browns defensive coordinator, with the New Orleans Saints. To Fujita, Williams was responsible for both the pinnacle of his professional career – a Super Bowl championship following the 2009 season – and also the nadir.

'Significant' Draft Misses Have Set Ravens Back, But Steve Bisciotti Still Confident

The Ravens haven’t gotten as much production out of some recent top picks as they would like, but Owner Steve Bisciotti is happy with last year’s class and thinks the Ravens still find a good amount of talent via the draft.

Random Bytes

Chargers expected to announce move from San Diego to Los Angeles

Chargers owner Dean Spanos is expected to announce as early as Thursday that his franchise will move to Los Angeles, giving the city two teams after more than two decades without one.

Aaron Rodgers hoping to get Jordy Nelson back, if not this week

It doesn’t sound like anyone expects Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson to play this week, after he suffered broken ribs in last week’s win over the Giants. But quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he’s still hoping to get a chance to throw to Nelson again this season.

Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott uninjured in minor car crash

Ezekiel Elliott had an eventful Wednesday morning on his way to work. The Dallas Cowboys rookie running back was involved in a minor, two-car crash at 7:05 a.m. CST in Frisco, Texas, Frisco Police Dept. spokesman Benito Valdez confirmed to No injuries were reported and both parties involved in the crash went on their way a short time later, Valdez said. Cowboys coach Jason Garrett later told reporters that the minor fender-bender occurred about a mile away from the team's facility, per NFL Network's Jane Slater.

Sean McDermott to be head coach of the Buffalo Bills

McDermott has served as the Carolina Panthers’ defensive coordinator from 2011 through this season. He helped the Panthers win the NFC championship last season. Prior to Carolina, McDermott spent more than a dozen years in the Philadelphia Eagles’ organization, where he rose from a scouting administrative coordinator in 1999 to defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach from 2009-10.