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Bengals News (1/29): Dre Kirkpatrick taking time to give back to his high school

Dre Kirkpatrick is celebrating Super Bowl week by giving back to where it all started for him.

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Anthony Muñoz: ‘Cautiously optimistic’ about changing Cincinnati Bengals

Anthony Muñoz is a staple at the Super Bowl. This year is no different. He takes part in Athletes in Action breakfasts, Hall of Fame lunches and Walter Payton Man of the Year dinners. Most hours in-between prestigious meals are filled with appearances and conversations about the state of the game, character building, offensive line play, and, of course, the Bengals.

Kirkpatrick Gives Back To His High School
Kirkpatrick last Friday donated $4,500 for the Gadsden City High School locker room renovations via his foundation. The Dre Kirkpatrick 21 Kids Foundation was established in 2013 offering opportunities and resources for area youth through education and mentor programs.

Zac Taylor reflects on time in Cincinnati, love for city
“That year probably provided the most of any year of my coaching career. It was a tough year on the field but the people there were special…sometimes you need to go through some tough seasons to get the most out of yourself…we fell in love with that city, it was a great city, great people.”

Will Zac Taylor mimic Sean McVay with ‘get-back’ coach on Bengals
This was noticed by Rams Wire managing editor Cameron DaSilva and then put together in a hilarious video, created by NFL Films. That video then went viral when put on Twitter.

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Super Bowl Opening Night 2019: Best Moments and Twitter Reaction from Media Day
The official kickoff to the Super Bowl LIII festivities in Atlanta took place in State Farm Arena and saw the two teams gather for the annual event that always produces memorable moments and noteworthy answers to questions.

Devin McCourty: SB LIII could be last game if Pats win
"I don't know for sure, man, but I do look at (retirement)," McCourty told NFL Network's Deion Sanders during Super Bowl LIII Opening Night. "If we can win this game, win it with my brother, I don't know what else I could do that'll top that. So I'm just trying to make sure I enjoy this season and enjoy these last couple days with these guys."

Nickell Robey-Coleman Isn't Going to Hold Back Now
National outrage around his name. Death threats. Facing the GOAT in the Super Bowl. B/R had to know: How's the suddenly infamous Rams CB handling it all? The answer: He's reveling in it.

Ranking all 52 Super Bowls
That's what I've endeavored to answer with this photo essay, with the help of former Dallas Cowboys personnel guru and analyst Gil Brandt. You'll see his recollections in some of the game descriptions. As for the other analysis, well that's mine.