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Bengals News (2/22): Teaching tips

New defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo was praised by Zac Taylor for his teaching ability as a coach, while a former Bengals great is expressing generosity in a way only he can.

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Bengals Defense Now Skipping To Lou
Lou Anarumo and Zac Taylor have a history of working together. Learn how their relationship has lead to their newest partnership in Cincinnati.

Bengals' new DC impressed head coach Zac Taylor as teacher, communicator
What stood out to Zac Taylor about Lou Anarumo? His abilities as a leader and teacher headline the praise of the Bengals' newest defensive coordinator.

Cruz: Bengals should draft Murray - ESPN Video - ESPN
ESPN Video: Former Giants WR Victor Cruz says the Bengals should draft Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray

Cincinnati Bengals 2019 Team Needs
What are the Bengals' biggest needs entering 2019? Ryan McCrystal of DraftAce breaks down the top 4.

Bengals great Chad Johnson bragging about big games with tip money
What's the former Bengals WR doing nowadays? For one, he's reminding us he's as generous as he was dominant for the orange and black.

Around the League

Harrison: Tomlin must take charge of Steelers drama -
While Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert might see his roster as Ben Roethlisberger and "52 kids", not all current or former members of the organization necessarily feel that way.

Ravens, CB Tavon Young agree to three-year extension -
The Ravens made a move Thursday to ensure the foundation of their CB group remains intact. The Ravens signed Tavon Young to a three-year extension worth $27 million, per Mike Garafolo.

Case Keenum has talked to Denver Broncos GM John Elway, 'shocked' by Joe Flacco trade
Case Keenum says he's "shocked" over the Broncos' yet-to-be-finalized trade for Joe Flacco and that he's still unsure of what's next after talking to GM John Elway.

NFL Players Who Are Huge Risks in 2019 Free Agency | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights
When the free-agent market opens in the NFL on March 13, it offers teams an opportunity to bolster their rosters. To add difference-makers and depth alike. But with every opportunity comes something else -- risk

Saints release vet safety Kurt Coleman after one year -
Remember when the Bengals were rumored to be interested in Coleman this time last year? Less than a year after signing a three-year deal worth $16.5 million, Coleman was released by the New Orleans Saints, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported.