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A couple of important Bengals defensive linemen are recovering, as they hope to contribute at high levels for the club in 2019.

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Week In Review: 2019 OTAs Conclude

The Bengals wrapped up the third and final week of organized team activities. In the latest Week In Review, a look back at what the team worked on, a Bengals Booth Podcast and features on linebacker Preston Brown and special teams coach Darrin Simmons.

Bacon and legs: Carl Lawson, Ryan Glasgow are perfect partners in ACL recovery – The Athletic

The only bright side to Carl Lawson and Ryan Glasgow tearing ACLs at nearly the same time last year is having each other as rehab support.

Ex-Bengal Jonathan Fanene faces assault charges

Court documents allege former Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Jonathan Fanene used a pipe, golf club and broom handle to assault his wife and his sister over allegations he had an extramarital affair while on a trip to Hawaii.

Cincinnati Bengals: 3 Key Position Groups to Watch During Minicamp

The Cincinnati Bengals will be holding mandatory minicamp from June 11-13. This will be the final sessions before returning for training camp next month.

Bengals set to travel 11th-most miles in 2019

The NFL schedule isn’t making it easy on the Bengals in 2019.

Cincinnati Bengals: Zac Taylor pleased with QB competition

When the Cincinnati Bengals selected former N.C. State quarterback Ryan Finley, they had some big plans for him.

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Stunner: Texans fire general manager Brian Gaine - NFL.com

On Friday afternoon, the Texans announced they have parted ways with general manager Brian Gaine in a stunning turn of events. In the interim, Chris Olsen will take over player operations.

Jets hire Joe Douglas as General Manager – ProFootballTalk

Only hours after the Texans announced they have fired Brian Gaine as General Manager, the Jets hired Joe Douglas as their G.M. The team announced the agreement with Douglas on Friday night, and Adam Schefter of ESPN reports it’s a six-year deal.

The NFL’s most indispensable defensive players, ranked 1-25 | Sporting News

They are not necessarily the NFL’s best defenders; they are the NFL’s most indispensable defenders. Take these players away from their teams, and those defenses suddenly fall apart.

Criminal case against Tyreek Hill no longer active - NFL.com

The criminal investigation into Kansas City Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill stemming from a child abuse probe is no longer active, according to the local district attorney.