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Bengals Bytes (1/14): What happened in Oakland stays in Vegas

Take a look back at the history of the last player selected at number nine. The Steelers game gets pushed back due to weather. The Raiders are officially filing the papers to move to Vegas.

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Bengals' only No. 9 pick flashed potential until Hines Ward's big hit

Provided they don't trade the pick, the Cincinnati Bengals will select a player at No. 9 overall in the 2017 draft for only the second time in franchise history. The Bengals selected former USC linebacker Keith Rivers in the 2008 draft. He spent four years in Cincinnati before he was traded to the Giants.

AFC North Bytes

Steelers @ Chiefs rearranged for 1am Monday morning due to weather conditions

Originally set to begin at 6pm GMT on Sunday, Sky Sports will still televise the game live at its rearranged time of 1am on Monday morning. "Moving the game from the original start time will provide local authorities more time to clear roads in the area as the weather is expected to improve throughout Sunday," an NFL statement said.

Should the Browns trade for Jimmy Garoppolo? A closer look

The Browns will have a big decision to make come April 27 when they go on the clock with the No. 1 pick -- assuming they don't trade out of the top spot. They'll have to decide if they want take a quarterback with the top pick or Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett, currently the consensus top talent in this class.

Former Ravens President David Modell Dies at Age 55

The Ravens announced the news on their official Twitter account. Modell became the adopted son of longtime Cleveland Browns and Ravens owner Art Modell after his mother, actress Patricia Breslin, married the businessman. He followed in his father's footsteps by joining the Browns organization and following it during the move to Baltimore.

Random Bytes

Mike McCoy Hired as Broncos OC

Mike McCoy's absence from the NFL didn't last long, as the Denver Broncos announced on Friday they have hired him as their new offensive coordinator. Mike Klis of 9News initially reported Thursday Denver was making the hire.

Redemption or Repeat? Breaking Down the 4 Rematches of NFL Divisional Round

The NFL Divisional Round will feature plenty of prominent matchups. Can Matt Ryan take down the Seattle Seahawks? Will Tom Brady and the Patriots face any resistance from the Houston Texans?

LSU WR Malachi Dupre declares for 2017 NFL draft

‘Tis the season for underclassmen to declare early for the 2017 NFL draft, and another talented playmaker is taking his talents from the SEC to the pros. LSU wide receiver Malachi Dupre is leaving Baton Rouge and will enter this year’s draft a year early

Raiders to file relocation papers to move from Oakland to Vegas

Is the NFL ready for Las Vegas? It better be. The Raiders will file relocation papers to move from Oakland to Las Vegas, according to sources familiar with their thinking. After a year of planning, debate, and bold action, after many years of a sub-par stadium option in Oakland, the Raiders have made a firm decision on their future.

Philip Rivers: 'I'm a little numb' about Chargers moving

Philip Rivers has mixed emotions about the Chargers move to Los Angeles. "I'm a little bit numb about it all. It hasn't really settled in," the quarterback told KLSD-AM in San Diego on Friday, a day after the Chargers announced they would move to L.A. Rivers, a longtime proponent of the Chargers remaining in San Diego, spoke of the struggle between leaving the city he's called home and embracing the move to Los Angeles.