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The Bengals didn’t bring in any big-ticket wide receivers this offseason, but one undrafted free agent is looking to make a name for himself by mirroring a past Cincinnati great.

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Bengals Sign Three College Free Agents, Waive Two Players

The Bengals signed three college free agents — WR Ventell Bryant of Temple, LB Noah Dawkins of The Citadel, and LB Sterling Sheffield of Maine. All three are rookies and participated in this weekend’s rookie minicamp as tryout players.

The Zac Taylor Era is off to a Good Start

After putting together a solid first draft as an NFL head coach, Zac Taylor got the biggest endorsement a Bengals head coach could possibly get last week.

Player-turned-agent John Thornton talks Music City Miracle, Bengals negotiations and more – The Athletic

CINCINNATI – Former Bengals and Titans defensive end John Thornton has a unique perspective of doing business in the NFL.

Who are the Cincinnati Bengals 2019 undrafted college free agent signings?

Standing at 6-foot-7, Jake Dolegala stood out at Cincinnati Bengals minicamp on Friday as the tallest player working out.

Morgan Follows Chad On His Way To NFL Shot

Now we are hitting the Chad Generation of wide receivers. Stanley Morgan, who already followed Chad Johnson a few years before Twitter and The Ocho, also knew he wanted to play in the NFL before he went to the game that day when he was ten years old...

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Dolphins try out ex-UM back Mark Walton at rookie minicamp | Miami Herald

Mark Walton, cut by the Bengals in April his third arrest in less than three months, was among the players trying out for the Dolphins during Friday’s rookie minicamp.

LB Devin Bush looking to lead Steelers from Day 1 - NFL.com

On the first day of rookie minicamp, Pittsburgh first-round selection Devin Bush was vocal and a leader on the field, something he did at Michigan and looks to continue with the Steelers.

Silverstein: Critics see cracks in Green Bay Packers’ new management structure

The Packers enjoyed consistent success when Ron Wolf and Ted Thompson were running the team. Critics claim a revamped management setup has expanded Mark Murphy’s influence and unduly enhanced Russ Ball’s role.

NFL 2019: Here are seven trades that make sense now that the draft is over, including a Patriots blockbuster - CBSSports.com

There have been plenty of big trades in the NFL this offseason and here’s seven more that need to happen

Pro Football Weekly’s 2019 Power Rankings, post-NFL Draft edition | Pro Football Weekly

Welcome to the first of myriad versions of PFW’s 2019 NFL power rankings, which we’ll re-calibrate at least a few more times before kickoff of the regular season and weekly thereafter until February.