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Bengals News: The walking wounded

Cincinnati is still dealing with a lot of injuries at the moment, but the Saints, who head to Cincinnati this Sunday, may have also suffered a major blow.

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Bengals News:

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Is this the most injured the Bengals have been?

Cincinnati is dealing with a myriad of injuries right now with varying degrees of severity.

Christian Hackenberg heads to the AAF – ProFootballTalk

The Alliance of American Football will be holding a draft to allocate quarterbacks to the league’s eight teams later this month and Christian Hackenberg is going to be a part of it.

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Week 10 NFL picks: Fade Saints, Rams after heavyweight fight and more of Pete Prisco’s best bets - CBSSports.com

Prisco is taking the points with the Bengals and Seahawks against NFC’s elite teams in his best bets.

Report: Joe Flacco undergoing tests to determine severity of injury – ProFootballTalk

Joe Flacco is undergoing tests to determine the severity of his hip injury, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports. Flacco injured his hip on the opening series of Sunday’s loss to the Steelers.

Dez Bryant diagnosed with torn Achilles, will get MRI - NFL.com

The New Orleans Saints fear newly signed wide receiver Dez Bryant suffered a torn Achilles tendon in practice Friday, Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero report.

Le’Veon Bell shouldn’t show up – ProFootballTalk

Despite some curious and confusing accounts this week regarding who knew what and when and why the Steelers would tip their hands regarding a legal position that could allow them to franchise-tag and trade running back Le’Veon Bell next year, the various choices and consequences seemingly have come.