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Bengals News (5/27): Losing a legend

One of the biggest names in NFL history has passed on.

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Two Biggest Questions Still Facing the Bengals
NFL rosters are bloated every year at this time. Even so, most of the key pieces for teams are in place. There may still be a free agent signing or two, but Cincinnati’s roster and situation as a whole is no exception.

No Longer A Nomad, Webb Sticks With Bengals
The life of any given NFL player can be fleeting. The mobile lifestyle is bestowed on some players more than others, but typically all players are affected by it at some point. For new Bengals cornerback B.W. Webb, a career has come at the price of a nomadic life that few experience in the National Football League.

3 main X-Factors for the Cincinnati Bengals in 2019
The Cincinnati Bengals have hopes of becoming a playoff team in the near future under new head coach, Zac Taylor. This comes after Marvin Lewis was fired after being with the organization for 16 seasons.

Bengals news: A.J. Green praises Zac Taylor for being 'so smart, he's so detailed'
The Cincinnati Bengals have ushered in some significant changes this offseason with the arrival of new head coach Zac Taylor. It appears he has already made quite the impression on wide receiver A.J. Green.

Around the NFL

Packers legend Bart Starr passes away at age 85
That's precisely where one of the greatest players to ever lace 'em up loses a lot of arm-chair historians -- the idea that he doesn't have the numbers. And it's true that the quarterback for Vince Lombardi's powerful Green Bay Packer teams never threw for 4,000 yards or 40 touchdowns in a season, or for 400 yards in a game. But there is one number that puts more holes in that line of thinking than there are in a cheesehead hat: .900.

NFL players honor fallen soldiers on Memorial Day
Memorial Day isn't about having the day off from work and going to BBQs -- it's about paying homage to the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.

Patriots TE Ben Watson discloses failed drug test
"As a professional athlete for the last 15 years I know very well the limitations on what can be prescribed for my overall health," Watson explained on his Facebook page. "After my contract expired last March I told my doctors I was finished playing, went through a series of medical tests and was prescribed Bio Identical Testosterone Cypionate to assist in healing my body and mind.

Chargers' Joey Bosa: 'I'm as fast and strong' as ever
Bosa wore 97 in both high school and at Ohio State, his father, John, wore it while in the NFL and his brother, Nick, wore it for the Buckeyes and will do so with the San Francisco 49ers. Joey Bosa said he wanted to change numbers last year but held off because it would have cost him $500,000. There's no price tag on the swap this year because the Chargers are switching to powder blue jerseys as their primary home uniform.