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Bengals News (5/23): 9 to 85 reborn

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Which players are in danger of losing their roster spot?

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Week In Review: Bengals continue virtual learning during the spring.
During this untouchable and unprecedented offseason the Voice-Over has cleared its throat and gone from concept to staple for the Bengals coaches led by Zac Taylor, the team's first head coach with a mobile computer desk, and his coordinators.

Bengals build hype for the new ‘9 to 85’ with Burrow and Higgins
Joe Burrow and Tee Higgins make a new "9 to 85" for the Bengals.

4 Bengals in danger of losing their roster spot after 2020 NFL draft
These Cincinnati Bengals veterans are on the roster bubble in 2020.

Shayne Graham shows off his 300-plus helmet collection, including 55 Hokies ones – The Athletic
"I’ve got a slightly OCD personality that if I’m going to do it, I’m going to do it exactly right," says Graham of his hobby.

Around the League

Joe Flacco signs one-year, $1.5M deal with Jets
The Jets are adding a Super Bowl MVP to their quarterback room. New York agreed to a one-year deal with veteran Joe Flacco on Friday.

Seahawks add needed RB depth, sign Carlos Hyde to 1-year deal
Free-agent running back Carlos Hyde has agreed to a one-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport and NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported Friday

Browns offering chance for two fans to script plays during preseason game
As part of the All In Challenge, the Browns and head coach Kevin Stefanski are offering the opportunity for two people to help script the first 15 offensive plays of a preseason game.

Samson: Why the NFL should consider replacing onside kick with new fourth-and-15 rule - CBSSports.com
David Samson is a fan of the newest potential rule change.

The Case For Michael Gallup As The Best WR From 2018 NFL Draft | The Draft Network
During the season, you weren't able to follow all 32 teams closely, so as you dive in to the data from the last year, you're trying to find out some stuff. How did the Ravens' defense sign random linebackers off the street and survive? How is Bills quarterback Josh Allen such a bad deep ball passer? How is TitansRyan Tannehill such a good passer?