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NFL Mock Draft: Bengals 'very high' on Landon Collins at Scouting Combine

Collins is easily the best safety prospect in this year's draft. The Bengals don't have many need in terms of the team they'll field in 2015. However, they may have several glaring holes on their roster once the 2016 free-agency period begins. That's when as many as 13 starters become free agents, two of whom are safeties. George Iloka should be a priority to get re-signed, but Reggie Nelson will also be a free agent at age 32. There's a decent chance one or both of them need to be replaced next year, and that's why several mock draft are starting to have the Bengals taking Alabama safety...

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Lewis sees mutual benefit for Hawk, Bengals

 Photo/ A.J. Hawk joined the Cincinnati Bengals, essentially his hometown team, earlier this month. PHOENIX – Marvin Lewis believes A.J. Hawk will help the Cincinnati Bengals’ defense, but the Bengals veteran head coach also thinks he can help the ex-Green Bay Packers linebacker – even as Hawk prepares for his 10th NFL season.The Packers cut Hawk, their 2006 first-round pick, last month after nine seasons as one of their defensive leaders. Hawk saw his playing time dissipate during the second half of last season, after defensive coordinator Dom Capers moved Clay Matthews inside to...
Columbus Dispatch Mar 20, 2015

Sports report: Devon Still re-signs with Bengals as daughter improves

Defensive tackle Devon Still signed a one-year contract to stay with the Cincinnati Bengals yesterday, a few days after getting encouraging news about his 4-year-old daughter’s fight with cancer.
Denver Post Mar 19, 2015

Devon Still, Cincinnati tackle, decides to play for Bengals

Defensive tackle Devon Still has re-signed with the Cincinnati Bengals after getting good news about his 4-year-old daughter's fight with cancer.

Michael Johnson picks Bengals over Vikings

By Chris Tomasson ctomasson@pioneerpress.com Free-agent defensive end Michael Johnson has chosen the Bengals over the Vikings Johnson made the choice after visiting Cincinnati on Saturday and Sunday. The choice was first reported Sunday morning by ESPN. Johnson returns to the team where he played for from 2009-13. He had visited the Vikings on Friday and Saturday and they made him an offer. Johnson was released last Wednesday by Tampa Bay. The post Michael Johnson picks Bengals over Vikings appeared first on Vikings Now.

Hawk lands in Cincinnati

 Photo/ A.J. Hawk, who grew up in Ohio and now has a chance to potentially end his NFL career with the Cincinnati Bengals, tries to tackle Cedric Benson during a 2009 game at Lambeau Field. GREEN BAY – Almost from the moment the Green Bay Packers told him they were cutting him after nine seasons, A.J. Hawk started to think about the Cincinnati Bengals.On Wednesday, his you-can-go-home-again scenario officially became a reality.The Packers’ all-time leader in tackles signed a two-year, $3.25 million deal ($500,000 guaranteed) with the Bengals, the team he grew up rooting for in...
Plain Dealer Mar 5, 2015

Cincinnati Bengals making character more a priority in draft after turbulent times of the mid 2000s

The Bengals made changes to their draft strategy after a series of arrests in 2005-06.
Baltimore Sun Mar 2, 2015

Jacoby Jones visiting Bengals, Titans up next, source says

Former Ravens wide receiver and kick returner Jacoby Jones could potentially be staying in the AFC North division. Jones is visiting the Cincinnati Bengals today, according to a source.

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    Jeremy Hill

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