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Bengals News (8/7): Offense gets their feet under them

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The Bengals offense wasn’t having the best start to training camp, but they have started to have some success against the defense the past few days.

Cincinnati Bengals Training Camp Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images

A&M's Williams In It For The Long Run
Kids like undrafted rookie wide receivers Damion Willis and Stanley Morgan. Kids like fourth-rounder Michael Jordan as one of the platoon of left guard candidates. Or even the highly touted second-rounder Drew Sample as they try to protect tight end Tyler Eifert by limiting his snaps.

Camp Report: Offense Bounds Back
Head coach Zac Taylor moved up practice an hour and it allowed the Bengals to get in a crisp hour of work before weather shut down training camp Tuesday on the Paul Brown Stadium practice fields. Taylor took them off the field at about 3:15 p.m. and brought them back about 20 minutes later only to be stymied by some surprise lightning.

Training Camp 2019 Photo Gallery, Fueled By Gatorade: Day 9
View some of the top photos from training camp on August 6, fueled by Gatorade.

Bengals Training Camp Schedule Updates
Duration of each practice is estimated at two hours, but subject to adjustment by the coaching staff. All practices will take place on the practice fields just west of Paul Brown Stadium, unless otherwise noted. All times listed are Eastern.

Bengals training camp: Winners and losers so far
As the Cincinnati Bengals continue to prepare for their preseason opener against the Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday, a clearer picture is emerging as to what shape the 2019 roster will take. Here are some winners and losers of training camp so far.

Seahawks Sign LB Chris Worley; Waive WR Nyqwan Murray
The Seahawks added depth at linebacker Tuesday, signing Chris Worley, an Ohio State product who went undrafted in 2018. Receiver Nyqwan Murray was waived to make room on the 90-man roster.

Bengals day at camp 8-5: Offense struggles; Finley with the twos; first depth chart out
It's understandable that the new offense that Bengals head coach Zac Taylor and offensive coordinator Brian Callahan are trying to implement is going to be a work in progress through training camp, but Monday it may have a reached a low point in the nine days since practice started.

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'Hard Knocks': Jon Gruden wants in your nightmares
From the moment the Oakland Raiders were announced as the subject of the 14th season of "Hard Knocks," it was a given that Gruden would be the season's star and poster boy. In a way, it's not much different from where the Raiders are as an organization in 2019. This is Chucky's show -- and it's on him to make Oakland must-see TV again. It's been a minute.

Cowboys DE Robert Quinn fractures hand in practice
The Cowboys acquired Quinn from the Dolphins on March 28 in exchange for a 2020 sixth-round pick. In his lone season in Miami, Quinn started all 16 games and led the team in sacks (6.5). He also added 38 total tackles and two forced fumbles.

Jarrett Stidham turning heads at Patriots camp
According to Andrew Callahan of MassLive.com, Stidham's 68-percent completion rate through 10 practices trumps Brady's by 10 notches, a positive sign for the former Auburn star and New England's hopes of finding an eventual heir apparent.

Roundup: RB Jerick McKinnon activated from PUP
Having built up some buzz ahead of the 2018 season after he was acquired from the Vikings, McKinnon will return to a San Francisco backfield in which he competes for carries and reps with Matt Breida and Tevin Coleman.