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Bengals News (6/27): Former Bengals’ linebacker Vincent Rey tries to keep his career going with Ravens

Vincent Rey was an undrafted free agent who worked his way into a long career with Cincinnati, and now he is looking to continue that in Baltimore.

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Price Ready To Lead In Year Two
“I enjoy being in the building and I enjoy being around the strength staff and the coaches,” Price said. “I’m looking forward to those 10 days with my wife, but the season is right around the corner and everything doesn’t matter except for ball.”

Bengals first-round pick Jonah Williams out; options at tackle
Bengals 2019 NFL Draft first-round pick Jonah Williams is forced to sit out his entire rookie season after undergoing surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder. The news is all too familiar with the franchise. Williams is expected to make a full recovery and be ready by next season.

Jonah Williams injury: Free agents, trades Bengals should consider
Now the Bengals have that sort of problem again thanks to the likely season-ending injury suffered by first-round pick Jonah Williams. It means Glenn goes back to left tackle and the line suddenly looks just like the one that struggled from a year ago.

It is time for the Cincinnati Bengals to build for the future and tank
Lewis coached the Bengals for 16 seasons and had a respectable 131-122-3 regular season record with the team. The Bengals’ best season under Lewis was in 2015 when they went 12-4. However, they lost in the Wild Card round to the Pittsburgh Steelers. In fact, the Bengals were 0-7 in the playoffs during the Lewis era.

Jonah Williams injury forces Cincinnati Bengals to shuffle lineup
Rookie offensive lineman Jonah Williams is likely out for the season with a torn labrum, which surfaced earlier this month during the last week of Organized Team Activities. The team announced Tuesday he will undergo shoulder surgery but is expected to make a full recovery.

Former Bengals LB Vincent Rey gets a workout with the Ravens
The report comes from ESPN’s Jamison Hensley: “Free agent LB Vincent Rey visited and worked out for Ravens on Tuesday. Rey has been a core special teams player with the Bengals for the past nine seasons and can back up at every linebacker spot.”

Around the league

Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill meets with NFL investigators
This was Hill's first interview with the league and opportunity to answer to allegations of child abuse toward his three-year-old son. The receiver also was expected to be asked in the interview about audio released by a local TV station on April 26 in which Hill is heard administering threats to his fiancée and discussing using a belt to discipline his son, Rapoport added.

McCoy says Bills' Josh Allen 'looks more confident'
Allen played behind an exceedingly porous offensive line with an inconsistent run game and a corps of sub-par receivers that didn't make his life easier. The Bills have done a marvelous job mending those problems this offseason -- at least on paper -- to buffer the QB. Perhaps the biggest improvement the Bills could make might be between Allen's ears.

2018 Panthers to be chronicled in 'All or Nothing'
The "All or Nothing" series previously gave viewers inside glimpses of the 2015 Arizona Cardinals, 2016 Los Angeles Rams and 2017 Dallas Cowboys. Only the 2015 Cards made the postseason, while the 2016 Rams fired their head coach en route to a 4-12 record and the 2017 'Boys dealt with injuries and suspensions during a streaky 9-7 campaign. The Panthers are the fourth NFC team and first NFC South squad to be featured on the series.

Kyler Murray: Cardinals chemistry 'going to take time'
"Everybody is not on the same page like I was with my guys in college right now," Murray said. "I've only been here for a couple of months so it's going to take time, it's going to take reps. But I'm prepared for the ups and the downs, but so far for me it's been great. The guys have been very accepting of me and I can't wait to get the season started."

Courtland Sutton among young receivers set to break out in 2019
For me, the Indianapolis Colts' 2001 first-round draft pick, it came in 2004. Sure, I had success in my first three seasons, but that year in particular stands out, production-wise -- 77 receptions for 1,210 yards and 12 touchdowns. That performance helped me land a second contract with the Colts prior to the 2006 season. Now, 15 years removed from my breakout season, let's take a look at who's next in line.