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Bengals News (7/9): Cincinnati is the only NFL team with an MRI on site

It is pretty surprising that the Bengals are a team that is ahead of any other NFL as far as technology goes.

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Cincinnati Bengals OTA’s

Big Jake Makes Good First Impression
But it was hard to not be at least slightly impressed by Jake Dolegala at the final practice of the Bengals three-day mandatory minicamp in mid-June. The undrafted rookie out of Central Connecticut State was given the opportunity to direct four offensive drives and went 12-for-17 with touchdown passes to Cody Core, Trayveon Williams, and Josh Malone.

Bengals' Carl Lawson says Aaron Rodgers is 'easier to sack' than most quarterbacks
In recent seasons, as the Packers regressed from a Super Bowl frontrunner to a team merely fighting for a spot in the playoffs, Mike McCarthy's antiquated offense came under fire for its failure to create simple and easy throws while Aaron Rodgers faced criticism for always wanting to hit a home run when he dropped back to pass.

Carl Lawson targets health as a key factor for Bengals in 2019
The Bengals suffered from this early last season when Tyler Eifert went down. Andy Dalton, A.J. Green and countless others followed throughout the course of the final season of the Marvin Lewis era.

Bengals' Carl Lawson aiming to be ready for Week 1
Through seven full weeks of the 2018 campaign, Lawson generated just one sack, but provided consistent pressure off the Bengals' edge. His injury was a massive blow to Cincy's defense, and the product the Bengals deployed the rest of the season reflected his absence. The 24-year-old entered the NFL with health concerns after dealing with injuries during his stint at Auburn, including a left ACL tear.

2019 NFL Preseason All-AFC North Team: Steelers, Bengals, Ravens OL
Who are the best players in the AFC North? As the 2019 NFL season approaches, we have prognosticated the standout players at each position for our All-AFC North team.

Cincinnati Bengals' path to winning Super Bowl 54
Between missing out on the playoffs in each of the last three seasons on top of a career 0-7 playoff record, it was long overdue for the Cincinnati Bengals to move on from Marvin Lewis this offseason.

Should the Bengals feature heavily on sleeper lists?
While first seasons for new head coaches aren’t always great, Zac Taylor isn’t inheriting a complete rebuild, either. The Bengals haven’t won more than seven games in any of the past three seasons so they figure to at least hover in that range.

Medical Marvels: Bengals Are Lone NFL Team With An MRI At Their Stadium
With this MRI technology in place at Paul Brown Stadium, an injured Bengals — or visiting — player can quickly receive confirmation of an injury or a determination on whether they can re-enter a game.

Around the league

Ex-Lions S Glover Quin to retire after 10 seasons in NFL
"Playing professional sports was always a dream of mine. Football was the route I chose and God blessed me to be able to persevere through all the hardships and play 10 years in the NFL," Quin wrote in a text message to ESPN. "I'm so thankful for the opportunity I had to play in the NFL with such great players and two great organizations.

JuJu: James Washington will 'sneak up on everybody'
"This past summer workouts that we had, he's been doing amazing, a great job. I'm super excited to see how he does this year. He's our guy that's going to sneak up on everybody."

Falcons' Julio Jones says he won't hold out for new deal
"[Blank] makes it easy for me to go out and just work every day and not have one of those situations where there's a holdout or anything like that."

Jets' Robby Anderson wants to be 'best receiver' in NFL
"That was a down year for me," Anderson said earlier this offseason, via Manish Mehta of the NY Daily News. "I know my capabilities. I know what I want to become... and that's the best receiver in the NFL."

Chargers' Anthony Lynn helps open school in Tanzania
Lynn, along with his wife, NBC New York news anchor Stacey Bell, helped fund a school in a rural Maasai village of Lanjani in the northern part of the country. In a phone conversation with Jenny Vrentas of from Tanzania, Lynn recently detailed his summer-break trip to Africa.