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Day in Review: April 22, 2015

Another day, another dollar:

1. Actually for WR Greg Jennings, it’s another day another $8 million on a 2-year contract with the Miami Dolphins. Jennings spent the past two seasons with the Minnesota Vikings after 7 seasons with the Green Bay Packers. 182 more words

Bengals Sign Marvin Lewis Through the 2016 Season

NEWS: #Bengals sign head coach Marvin Lewis to a one-year contract extension, running through the 2016 season.

— Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) April 22, 2015

Love or hate the Marvin Lewis signing, no one can really deny that the extension doesn’t change a whole lot about this upcoming season.

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Celebrating Life

I have emerged from what turned out to be a very busy and emotional past two weeks- for several reasons.  I attended two memorials over the weekend:  one for an unfortunate and sudden passing of a colleague’s husband who was in a car accident, made exceptionally more untimely because they are expecting their first-born child in June. 386 more words

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Don't Look Now, But the Bengals Are CRUSHING IT At the NFL Annual Meetings

Via- WLWT Cincinnati

The NFL will not block any games from local television during the 2015 season.

The league said Monday that team owners voted for a one-year suspension of the long-standing blackout policy for the preseason and regular season. 291 more words

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Pro Day: Dupree glad he stayed at UK to train

LEXINGTON, Ky. – With the chance to be a first-round NFL draft pick, Kentucky linebacker Bud Dupree could have gone to any number of high-tech, high-profile training facilities around the country to prepare for the NFL Scouting Combine and the upcoming draft. 1,176 more words

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Proposal from Beverly B. Chats sponsor goes viral

Marvelous Photos was a sponsor of January’s Beverly B. Chats.  His proposal to his lovely lady goes viral. 6 more words

The Going Ons

Alabama NFL combine notes: Bengals coach likes McCarron

Former Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron didn’t take a snap for the Cincinnati Bengals, but that didn’t stop the two-time national quarterback winner from impressing Bengals coach Marvin Lewis. 758 more words

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