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While Joe Burrow is now on the mind of the Cleveland Browns’ defensive coordinator, D.J. Readers’s eventual absence remains in the heads of the Houston Texans.

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Browns DC Joe Woods believes Joe Burrow is 'going to be a great player'
Cleveland Browns DC Joe Woods believes Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow is 'going to be a great player'.

D.J. Reader joining Bengals still on the minds of J.J. Watt, Texans
The Cincinnati Bengals swiped D.J. Reader from J.J. Watt and the Houston Texans this offseason.

Bengals’ William Jackson tabbed as one of NFL’s top man-coverage CBs
Cincinnati Bengals cornerback William Jackson remains one of the NFL's best in man coverage.

Joe Burrow: Pro Football Hall of Fame gets NFL Draft camera equipment
Earlier this month, Nike started selling the "740" shirt it made for Burrow to wear on the night of the draft.

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Goodbye, pass interference replay review - Lessons learned from the NFL's failed officiating experiment
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NFL continues to misunderstand the data and analytics by tabling onside kick rule change proposal - CBSSports.com
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NFL, EA agree to extend Madden video game through 2026
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