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Bengals news (11/23): Mending fences

The Bengals and offensive lineman Cordy Glenn have a ways to go, in terms of healing the relationship between the parties, but his start against the Steelers on Sunday is a good start.

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Bengals safety Shawn Williams is enjoying a brilliant season despite battling numerous injuries

Shawn Williams, the Bengals’ indestructible safety, may have more nicknames than injuries. But he’s all good for Sunday (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Local 12) against the Steelers at Paul Brown Stadium

Cordy Glenn is expected to start Week 12 for Cincinnati Bengals

Left tackle Cordy Glenn is expected to make his season debut on Sunday versus the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Cincinnati Bengals: Run game on track over last 3 games

Joe Mixon won’t be happy until the Cincinnati Bengals get a win to go along with the recent im...

Bengals: Brandon Wilson Deserves to be a Pro Bowler

Bengals fans should do the right thing, and send kick return specialist Brandon Wilson to the 2018 Pro Bowl as the AFC Return Specialist.

Why Bengals coaches are excited, and a little worried, about Cordy Glenn’s return – The Athletic

It appeared the left tackle would never play again for the Bengals, but need might have healed the broken relationship.

Other news

AFC North Whiparound, Week 12: Myles Garrett fallout, Lamar Jackson’s MVP run – The Athletic

Our AFC North writers tackle the hot topics and lingering questions surrounding the teams they cover and those teams’ biggest rivals.

Tony Dungy: I don’t have sympathy with Myles Garrett – ProFootballTalk

Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy says that no matter what Browns defensive end Myles Garrett heard Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph say, Garrett lost any moral high ground when he ripped Rudolph’s helmet off and hit him over the head.

Steelers’ Anthony Chickillo won’t receive NFL discipline for domestic charges, report says | Sporting News

The Pittsburgh linebacker was briefly on the league’s Commissioner’s Exempt List after his October arrest. He was removed from it after the charges were dropped.

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Will Brinson’s best bets for Week 12

NFL 100 All-Time Team running backs revealed -

The NFL is revealing the 100 greatest players and 10 greatest coaches in NFL history over the next six weeks. On Friday, the 12 running backs and two of the coaches were revealed.

Eight years, three teams - How Kyle Shanahan and Matt LaFleur got here together

Mike Shanahan knew the duo was “going to get to the next level,” and they did so quickly. Now they meet for the first time as head coaches, leading the top two teams in the NFC.