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Bengals news (7/13): Remembering greatness

A lot of news surrounding the Bengals this week surrounds current and former players who should be honored in big-time ways for their NFL legacies.

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Week In Review: Top 20 Players

Continuing the celebration of the 20th anniversary of, the site looks at the top 20 players covered during the site’s history.

Willie Anderson tweets about Bengals giving him an official retirement

The Bengals legend recently noted he wants to retire with the team.

This Week in Bengals: A study in whom Cincinnati can least afford to lose – The Athletic

Some Bengals are far more indispensable than others, for a variety of reasons.

Hue Jackson: Time with Cleveland Browns ‘was probably some of the best coaching I did’

Hue Jackson, who spent part of last season as a special assistant to then-Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis, says he thinks he can coach again in the National Football League and adds that his time as head coach of the Cleveland Browns “was probably some of the best coaching I did.”

Bengals Backup Quarterback Picture is Murky

Andy Dalton is locked in as Cincinnati’s starting quarterback ahead of training camp, but the race to back him up is far from settled.

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Top 10 head coaches in NFL: Bill Belichick still reigns, but who fills out the rest of the list? -

The CBS Sports NFL crew ranks the best coaches entering the 2019 season

DeMaurice Smith: 18-game schedule not in players’ best interest – ProFootballTalk

The NFL and its owners want an 18-game regular season. The players don’t. NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith made that clear Friday night after confirming a report that the league broached the possibility of an 18-game season with a maximum per-player limit of 16 games.

Raiders guard Richie Incognito suspended two games -

The NFL has suspended Oakland Raiders guard Richie Incognito two games for violating the personal conduct policy, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported.

Fantasy Football: 5 burning questions in the AFC North | Pro Football Weekly

Whether there are enough footballs in Cleveland, addition-by-subtraction for Steelers and the Lamar Jackson experience in Baltimore

Ranking each NFL team’s potential Hall of Famers on current roster | Sporting News

We counted 28 surefire Hall of Famers currently playing in the NFL, plus a bunch of others to watch on each team.