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Bengals News (12/20): Hall of Sham

If Ken Anderson didn’t make this year’s extended Hall of Fame enshrinement, he may never get inducted.

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Bengals Name Ryan Glasow Team's 2019 Winner of Ed Block Courage Award
The Bengals have named DT Ryan Glasgow the recipient of their 2019 Ed Block Courage Award. He will officially be honored in March at the Ed Block annual awards banquet in Baltimore.

Dehner Jr.: Hall of Fame panel misses badly with Kenny Anderson snub – The Athletic
The Bengals legend's stats and accomplishments rate with many already enshrined, but the quarterback didn't even make the final 20.

Bengals news: Joe Mixon hopes A.J. Green stays with Cincinnati for the rest of his NFL career
Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon hopes wide receiver A.J. Green stays with the team for the rest of his career.

Race for No. 1 pick in 2020 NFL Draft: The Bengals may trip on their way to the finish line -
The Bengals can still foul up their shot at landing the No. 1 overall pick

Around the League

Le'Veon Bell will 'show love' to visiting Steelers fans -
When the Jets host the Steelers, it will mark Le'Veon Bell's first game against the organization that drafted him and the one with which he parted ways after a contentious contract standoff.

Source -- Cardinals' Josh Shaw withdraws appeal of gambling suspension
Arizona Cardinals cornerback Josh Shaw is no longer appealing his suspension for violating the NFL's gambling policy, a source confirmed to ESPN on Thursday.

Football almost killed Darren Waller. Then, football saved Darren Waller – The Athletic
From the depths of addiction to the heights of achievement, Darren Waller has traveled a path that is almost too incredible to be believed.

NFL Week 16 Playoffs Standings, Scenarios: How Seahawks, Packers, Saints, 49ers can get top seed in NFC -
Breaking down every single playoff scenario for every single NFL team remaining in the mix.

Jaguars start makeover by firing Tom Coughlin; could Cowboys be next? - Sports Illustrated
After the NFLPA probe, it was clear that Coughlin wasn’t working in Jacksonville, and owner Shad Khan confirmed that by firing him Wednesday evening. The Cowboys—whose season depends on Sunday’s game against the Eagles—could also see drastic changes to both the front office and the team roster if the team isn’t playing in January.