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What’s the top question for each NFL team heading into training camp? Anthony Munoz makes another Family Feud appearance. And, Matt Lengel is receiving some unexpected attention for a kind gesture.

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Bengals Bytes:

3 bold moves for Cincinnati Bengals' postseason return
The Bengals have enough firepower to make a quick postseason return. But, there have to be certain moves made to make that a real possibility.

Bengals great Anthony Munoz returns to ABC's 'Family Feud' Sunday night - WCPO Cincinnati, OH
Bengals great Anthony Munoz will compete on ABC's "Celebrity Family Feud" Sunday night in a match pitting Pro Football Hall of Famers vs. current NFL stars for charity.

Ranking all 32 first-round NFL draft picks based on snap count rate playing time in 2017 - Myles Garrett, Jamal Adams
Will Browns fans get to see much of No. 1 pick Myles Garrett in 2017? How will offseason shoulder surgery affect Takkarist McKinley's on-field time in Atlanta? KC Joyner ranks all 32 players drafted in the first round and their projected snap-count rates.

NFL Nation roundtables - Burning questions for all 32 teams 2017 season
How will Tom Brady's play impact Jimmy Garoppolo's future with the Patriots? How much longer can Aaron Rodgers keep dominating? NFL Nation reporters answer the biggest looming questions for every team.

AFC North Bytes:

Ravens expected to use 3-headed approach at RB | NFL Team and Player News | Pro Football Focus
Free agent acquisition Danny Woodhead joins a crowded backfield and will compete for snaps with the team’s leading rusher in 2016, Terrance West, and former fourth-round pick, Kenneth Dixon, who will begin the year serving a four-game suspension.

Shon Coleman in the hunt to start for the Browns | NFL Team and Player News | Pro Football Focus
According to Andrew Gribble of clevelandbrowns.com, second year offensive lineman Shon Coleman will compete with Cam Erving for the Browns’ starting right tackle job. Coleman played just 59 snaps in his rookie year, and graded relatively well in limited action. He finished the season with an overall grade of 72.2, a pass blocking grade of 65.5 and run blocking grade of 75.8. He surrendered just two pressures on 31 pass blocking snaps, earning him a pass block efficiency of 94.4, ranking of 54th 123 tackles with at least 25 pass blocking snaps.

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10 fantasy stats that won't be repeated in 2017 - NFL.com
Will Matty Ice be fire again in 2017? Can Davante Adams still be a fantasy receiving stud? Michael Fabiano has a list of some stats fantasy owners should be wary of expecting this season.

Best fits for 2017's remaining NFL free agents - NFL Videos
The "NFL Total Access" crew tells us where the best landing spots are for the top available free agents in 2017, including Colin Kaepernick and Darrelle Revis.

Two players eligible for 2017 NFL Supplemental Draft - NFL.com
Georgia Military College DL Tavares Bingham and Western New Mexico RB Marques Rodgers will be eligible for selection in next week's NFL Supplemental Draft.

Ranking divisions by quarterback: NFC South reigns supreme - NFL.com
With Dak Prescott, Eli Manning, Carson Wentz and Kirk Cousins, the NFC East boasts a fine collection of quarterbacks -- but it's not the NFL's best group. Adam Schein ranks the eight divisions by QB.

The Oakland Raiders moving to Las Vegas will save quarterback Derek Carr upwards of $8.7 million in taxes - 2017 NFL
The drastic difference in Nevada's and California's state tax rates means Derek Carr's new megadeal will be worth much more after the Raiders move to Las Vegas.

New England Patriots TE Matt Lengel uses platform to support police
Patriots fans are still getting to know towering tight end Matt Lengel, who was signed off the Bengals practice squad in early November, caught a touchdown pass in late December against the Jets and played in nine of the final 10 games of the 2016 season (including the playoffs). The 6-foot-7 Lengel, 26, has been using his platform as an up-and-coming NFL player to highlight something that has significant meaning to him: Supporting police officers.

Inside The Spring League - Where NFL hopefuls dreamed big
Go behind-the-scenes at The Spring League, where players such as Ahmad Bradshaw, Greg Hardy, David Ash and more hoped a good showing would lead to an NFL invite.