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Cordy Glenn may have to think about the big picture regarding his health.

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Why Cordy Glenn is on Day 35 of the concussion protocol and the question that comes next – The Athletic
The questions become much more complicated than when the left tackle will return to the lineup for the Bengals.

Matchup Of The Game: A Lot On The Line
The Bengals' running game is close to clicking, and the offensive line knows it.

Hamburg’s Jake Dolegala, grandson of AFL champion, back in Buffalo with Bengals – The Buffalo News
“Whatever I can do, I’m trying to do it for this team to get in the win column,” the former St. Francis quarterback and CCSU star said.

John Ross is finally looking like the guy Bengals were hoping for
Ross leads in the NFL in reception yards with 270 on just 11 catches.

TML: Bengals, Bills, Pittsburgh Steelers, Cleveland Browns, Baltimore
What if it’s simply that the Bengals in their current, depleted state, just don’t have the players to beat Buffalo right now?

Around the League

What we learned from Jaguars' win over Titans - NFL.com
Minshew Mania went prime time on Thursday night, as the rookie quarterback led the Jacksonville Jaguars (1-2) to a 20-7 win over the division-rival Tennessee Titans (1-2).

Ramsey - Jags' disrespect led to trade request
Jalen Ramsey said on Uninterrupted's "17 Weeks" podcast that "some disrespectful things were said" in a conversation he had with Jaguars management after last Sunday's loss to the Texans.

Antonio Brown meets with media for first time since allegations - NFL.com
Antonio Brown met with reporters Thursday for the first time since he signed with the Patriots last week and allegations of sexual assault against the receiver were made public in a federal lawsuit.

Sherman: Players dictating moves good for all
San Francisco cornerback Richard Sherman said Thursday that players aren't the only ones benefiting from the increasing trend of players forcing trades to teams they prefer, pointing out the excitement of such trades benefits the league as a whole.

NFL agent survey: 21 reps rap on 2020 draft; Tua or Justin; best non-QB prospect – The Athletic
Whatever the background or approach, they all must deal with the same hurdles and insiders on the college and pro level.