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Bengals News (4/16): Cincinnati takes advantage of their local pre-draft workouts

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Get some details from the Bengals local ore-draft workout.

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All Football Is Local
For Mike Edwards, it turns out to be not all that different from the early days growing up on Cincinnati’s western edge. His father drops him off and his sister picks him up.

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Ohio State WR Parris Campbell visiting with Cincinnati Bengals
Campbell had quite the career as a Buckeye, putting up 143 receptions, 1,768 yards and 15 touchdowns during his time in Columbus. In his senior season, he set a school record with 90 receptions, and became just the fifth Buckeye to top 1,000 receiving yards in a season with 1,063.

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