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Sam Hubbard Foundation hosting NFL Alumni Fowling Tournament for hunger
The Sam Hubbard Foundation is helping the people of Ohio combat hunger by providing vulnerable children and families with educational, medical, and athletic resources. Come help fight this battle with Hubbard on July 8th at the Fowling Warehouse.

Five potential Bengals on offense who could earn their first Pro Bowl in 2021
When talking about the offense most around Paul Brown Stadium have been quietly optimistic heading into 2021. Here are five players that could take the next step, ascend this season and earn their first Pro Bowl selection.

Best value NFL draft picks for all 32 teams since 2006
For every Mitchell Trubisky, there’s a Russell Wilson, a player who enters the league as a relative unknown but exceeds his draft pedigree and cements himself as one of the league’s best. And when it comes to the Cincinnati Bengals, there’s no debating who their best value pick was over this span, and maybe of all time.

Early 2022 NFL Draft offensive line rankings and class overview
For a Bengals team that’s had a lot of problems with this unit, it’s never too early to look at what the upcoming draft class of offensive lineman could provide them. Alabama Crimson Tide tackle Evan Neal leads the way in PFF’s early 2022 NFL Draft offensive line rankings.

Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Mike Daniels Compares Joe Burrow to Famous Dragon Ball Z Character
Bengals defensive tackle Mike Daniels is a big-time anime fan. He recently talked with AllBengals contributor Andrew Miller about the upcoming season, his love for anime and so much more.

Around the NFL

John Facenda Named 2021 Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award Winner
John Facenda, a longtime narrator of NFL highlights whose voice became synonymous with the league, is the winner of the Pro Football Hall of Fame's 2021 Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award. The Hall of Fame presents the Rozelle Award annually in recognition of longtime exceptional contributions to radio and television in pro football.

NFL says: ‘Football is Gay. Lesbian. Queer. Transgender. Accepting.’
The NFL has released a new video stating unequivocal support for LGBTQ fans, players and coaches.

Cam Newton vs. Mac Jones: New England Patriots set for true quarterback competition in training camp
Mike Giardi says a legit quarterback competition is on tap for the Patriots this summer, with Cam Newton and rookie Mac Jones both vying for the opportunity to lead New England into the 2021 season.

Paxton Lynch signs with CFL’s Saskatchewan Roughriders - ProFootballTalk
A former first-round pick, Lynch completed 79 of 128 passes in the NFL for 792 yards with four touchdowns and four interceptions. He spent time with the Seahawks as well as the Steelers after the Broncos moved on from Lynch.

Eric Bieniemy: Head coaching job will happen at right place with right people - ProFootballTalk
If things don’t go well for the Bengals in 2021, Zac Taylor could be on the way out, and Kansas City chiefs assistant Eric Bieniemy figures to once again be among the most notable head-coaching candidates.

Four-time Pro Bowl receiver Demaryius Thomas retiring from NFL as a Bronco
Wide receiver Demaryius Thomas announced Monday he is retiring from the NFL and doing so with the Denver Broncos, the team with which he was selected to four Pro Bowls and won a Super Bowl. For many, Thomas’ signature play is the catch-and-run 80-yard touchdown on the first play of overtime to give the Broncos a Wild Card Round win over the Pittsburgh Steelers during the 2011-12 playoffs.

Good times.