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The first day of training camp in the Zac Taylor era was marked with some anxiety-inducing news.

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Bengaldom Holds Breath on Green

At the end of the day, it looks like the Bengals may have dodged a bullet and A.J. Green is dealing with a sprained ankle and not a major injury. But they’ll know more Sunday.

5 Keys for the Bengals Offense in 2019

New Bengals head coach Zac Taylor has a plethora of options for offensive success in 2019. Highlighted below are five keys for the unit.

Heard and observed: Day 1 of Bengals camp sees A.J. Green go down – The Athletic

Zac Taylor stayed upbeat after star wideout was carted off. “You’re going to face adversity in this league. It’s how you respond to it.”

Bengals WR Green carted off during first practice

A.J. Green’s left shoe was removed before he departed the field Saturday; he missed seven games last season with a right toe injury.

Cincinnati Bengals open training camp in Dayton; A.J. Green hurt

Wide receiver limps off the field at Welcome Stadium

History and football: Bengals have practice in Dayton to celebrate 100 years of football

Cincinnati Bengals owner Mike Brown customarily wakes up at 6 a.m. to come to the team’s facility. What’s also become routine is the history lessons he renders to new Bengals coach Zac Taylor.

Bengals day at camp 7-27: Green carted off; Ross doesn’t practice; Jerry opens at LG

DAYTON (WKRC) - Just one day after deeming himself 100 percent healed from a right toe injury that ended his 2018 season early and ready to go for the start of 2019 training camp, Bengals standout wide receiver A.J. Green had to be carted off late on the first day of training camp on Saturday with what appeared to be an injury to his lower left leg.

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Cardinals cut former first-rounder Robert Nkemdiche - NFL.com

The Arizona Cardinals announced that they released former first-rounder Robert Nkemdiche on Saturday. The defensive lineman played in just 27 games over three seasons.

Cowboys wait for Ezekiel Elliott to respond to offer – ProFootballTalk

The holdout of Ezekiel Elliott continues, and the ball reportedly is in Elliott’s court. Jane Slater of the NFL reports that Elliott’s camp has yet to respond to the offer made by the team.

Who can Giants get to play receiver? Dez Bryant among 10 free agent and trade options - CBSSports.com

Sterling Shepard and Corey Coleman are hurt while Golden Tate may be getting suspended

Leonard Fournette says last season ‘humbled’ Jaguars | Sporting News

“I feel like a lot of things, individually, we all could have done to get ourselves in better shape confidence-wise,” Fournette said.

The defining NFL season from an older running back, sorted by decade - SBNation.com

Not many running backs stick around well into their 30s. These guys did, however — and they still produced.