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2014 NFL Draft: Cincinnati Bengals Could Target Odell Beckham Jr. at No. 24
The NFL Draft is one of the most unpredictable events in sports. Each team has a certain amount of prospects on their boards for the draft weekend every year.
Bengals could earn $3.2M for workouts
By showing up to Paul Brown Stadium these next few weeks, several Cincinnati Bengals could collectively earn more than $3.2 million in bonus money, according to ESPN's Stats & Information.
James Urban takes blame for Mohamed Sanu's struggles; Praises Cobi Hamilton
Urban admits he put too much on the shoulders of Mohamed Sanu, and the Bengals are counting on he and Cobi Hamilton to do big things in 2014.
NFL Draft: Former Rutgers WR Brandon Coleman has met with a handful of teams, including the Eagles
Former Rutgers wide receiver Brandon Coleman has been meeting with NFL teams in the weeks leading up to the draft.
Cincinnati Bengals' 5 Biggest Breakout Candidates of 2014
The Cincinnati Bengals have gone through some tremendous upheaval this offseason.
How will Bengals look to replace Andrew Hawkins?
Sanzenbacher may be counted on to replace Andrew Hawkins' production as the No. 4 wide receiver, and he's ready for a bigger role in the Bengals offense.
WLWT Home The Bengals' 2014 preseason schedule, released Wednesday by the NFL, features a nationally televised game at Arizona, home dates against the New York Jets and Indianapolis Colts, and the team's first preseason meeting against Kansas City since the Super Bowl season of 1988.
Bengals re-sign WR Dane Sanzenbacher
The Bengals officially took restricted free agent wide receiver Dane Sanzenbacher off the market Tuesday.
Sports Central Articles and Columns
Dalton is Bengals' QB of the Future
A column recently ran on SI.com with the absurd title The Bengals Are Crazy For Thinking Andy Dalton is Their QB of the Future .
DeSean Jackson Doesn't Make Sense for Bengals
Dec 22, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson carries the ball during the second quarter against the Chicago Bears at Lincoln Financial Field.
Four Bengals receive over $1 million collectively in performance-based bonuses
Players have been paid over $800 million cumulatively since the inception of the Performance-Based Pay program, which was implemented as part of the NFL's 2002 Collective Bargaining Agreement with the NFL Players Association.