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Bengals news (4/7): Tough decisions

The Cincinnati Bengals let go of a promising 2018 draft pick after major issues have surfaced in 2019.

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Walton Move Puts RBs on Draft Agenda

With Saturday’s release of second-year running back Mark Walton, the Bengals figure to be in the college market for a similar type of third-down back behind starter Joe Mixon and No. 1 third-down back Giovani Bernard before they look at veteran free agent.

The Bengals are 2019 NFL Draft Wild Cards

The NFL Draft is less than three weeks away. Cincinnati is still one of the toughest teams to pinpoint in terms of direction.

Egger: Mike Brown’s contrarian nature isn’t always a bad thing – The Athletic

Bengals owner Mike Brown often goes against the grain on votes with his fellow owners, but his stance on replay is worthwhile.

Bengals waive RB Walton following 3rd arrest

The Bengals have waived running back Mark Walton, who has been arrested three times this offseason and is facing one felony charge and three misdemeanors.

Mark Walton made an easy target for Zac Taylor’s message

In the past, we’ve seen this type of thing crop up. There would be an arrest. There would be outcry. There would be no comment.

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Derron Smith signs with Vikings after stint in AAF

The former Bengals safety ended up with an old coach in Minnesota.

Jake Kumerow signs tender with Packers – ProFootballTalk

Packers receiver Jake Kumerow has signed his exclusive rights tender, Rob Demovsky of ESPN reports.

2019 NFL Draft: Ranking position groups for all 32 teams reveals their biggest needs - CBSSports.com

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