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Bengals News (6/28): What could’ve been

The offseason is the time for hypotheticals. How about one that no one ever wanted to think about?

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NFL: Cincinnati Bengals at Los Angeles Chargers The Cincinnati Enquirer-USA TODA

The Bengals could’ve fired Marvin Lewis in 2017 and changed the Browns -
What if Hue Jackson had been Cincinnati’s coach in 2018 instead?

Gio Making Himself at Home
Giovani Bernard is making himself at home in Zac Taylor's offense, and he likes the fit in the new system. The do-everything running back appears poised for a resurgent 2019.

What's in store for the Bengals in 2019? Here's what we know about one of the NFL's biggest enigmas -
The Bengals hired former Rams QBs coach Zac Taylor this offseason, so let's break down what's to come

Bengals aren’t well represented on early 2019 MVP odds
The Bengals are big underdog bets in individual awards, too.

Goodberry: How the Bengals will copy the Rams’ play-action passes – The Athletic
If the Bengals are going to adopt the Rams' offense under Zac Taylor they'll need to execute variations on play-action.

Around the League

Source: Chiefs' Hill meets with NFL for 8 hours
Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill met with NFL investigators Wednesday for eight hours, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter, in what was a "very thorough interview."

Former Seahawks pick McDowell facing charges
Malik McDowell, who never played for the Seahawks after being drafted in 2017, faces charges of assault, resisting arrest and operating a vehicle while intoxicated, stemming from a February incident in Michigan.

Ravens' Hayden Hurst 'good to go' for training camp -
Baltimore Ravens tight end Hayden Hurst battled a foot injury during his rookie campaign in 2018. Hurst said on Wednesday he's good to go once training camp opens on July 24.

Bills' Shaq Lawson to pay for slain 11-year-old's funeral -
Following the shooting death of 11-year-old Ja'Naiya Scott in his home state of South Carolina, Buffalo defensive end Shaq Lawson has pledged to pay for her funeral.