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Bengals News (9/13): Crossing paths

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Zac Taylor and Kyle Shanahan reflect on their history working with one another before they face off as head coaches for the first time.

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How 49ers' Kyle Shanahan, Bengals' Zac Taylor's paths have crossed | NBCS Bay Area
"I’ve got a lot of respect for him, a real good dude.”

Ex-NFL player Terrell Roberts shot and killed - CNN
The former defensive back for the Cincinnati Bengals was shot and killed in Richmond, California, on Wednesday, police told CNN. He was 38.

How Bengals HC Zac Taylor Will Turn John Ross from First-Round Bust to Star WR | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights
John Ross III is an overnight star two years in the making. Ross needed time and the right person, Zac Taylor, leading the Cincinnati Bengals to realize his potential and add so much more to the team's offense...

Cincinnati Bengals defense is motivated after poor season
The Cincinnati Bengals had the 32nd ranked defense a season ago. They are out to change things this year.

Around the League

Sam Darnold to miss Browns-Jets with mononucleosis - NFL.com
Jets coach Adam Gase told reporters quarterback Sam Darnold will miss Monday night's game against the Browns because he has mononucleosis. Trevor Siemian will start in Darnold's place.

Odell Beckham calls out Gregg Williams for 'dirty hits' - NFL.com
Browns wideout Odell Beckham accused Jets defensive coordinator and former Cleveland interim HC Gregg Williams for "cheap shots" and "dirty hits."

Rob Gronkowski admits to having nearly 20 concussions, blacking out five times in his NFL career with Patriots - CBSSports.com
The future Hall of Fame tight end continues to reveal disturbing details about how football impacted his health.

Source -- Redskins' Guice (knee) out 6-8 weeks
RB Derrius Guice will miss six to eight weeks, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter, creating an opportunity for Adrian Peterson to start for the Redskins.

NFL National Reporter Roundtable: On Julio Jones’ deal, who gets paid next, and a way-too-early MVP prediction – The Athletic
Will Dak be next to get paid after Julio Jones' big deal? What about Amari Cooper? Our national reporters analyze the latest news.