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Bengals News (9/6): Excitement through the air

John Ross III looks to revitalize his career in the familiar part of the country.

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Former UW star John Ross III optimistic about a breakthrough season for the Cincinnati Bengals | The Seattle Times
Ross and former UW teammates Drew Sample return to Seattle with the Bengals for Sunday's NFL opener against the Seahawks.

NFL Week 1 Bengals vs. Seahawks: Keys to a surprise Cincinnati win
The Bengals travel to Seattle to take on the Seahawks. The Enquirer has three keys to how the Bengals win the week 1 tilt.

Seahawks’ Jadeveon Clowney, Ziggy Ansah will play vs. Bengals in Week 1 | Sporting News
Seattle is easing Clowney into the mix, while Ansah is making his return from a shoulder injury that cut his 2018 season short.

This Week in Bengals: How concerned over the offensive line should you be? – The Athletic
The O-line definitely has its issues, but there's more to consider than what meets the eye.

Around the League

Raiders reportedly planning to suspend Antonio Brown after incident between WR and GM Mike Mayock -
The Raiders are already sick of Brown, who they invested heavily in this offseason.

Hip injury prevents Beckham from sprinting full speed -
Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham revealed Thursday that he's been dealing with a nagging hip injury. Beckham is confident in himself and has no qualms about playing in Sunday's opener.

Julio Jones plans to play Sunday as talks continue -
Julio Jones still doesn't have a contract extension with just days before the Atlanta Falcons kick off the 2019 campaign Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.

Irsay after reported offer -- Colts not for sale
Colts owner Jim Irsay tweeted Thursday that his team is not for sale, following a report that he had received a $3.2 billion offer for the franchise.

Predicting all 12 NFL playoff teams and the Super Bowl 54 winner -
Football season is upon us, and that means it’s time for Geoff Schwartz to predict how the NFL postseason shakes out.