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With the 2013 NFL Draft just around the corner, it’s time to unveil team-by-team projections for the first three rounds before the three-day festivities kick into swing on April 25. Here’s part eight of the series on the Cincinnati Bengals. Photo Credit: Bengals.com [RELATED: Cincinnati Bengals 2013 NFL Draft Team Needs] First Round (No. 21 Overall): Alec Ogletree, LB, Georgia Alec Ogletree looks to line up on the weakside with Vontaze Burfict likely moving to the middle and Rey Maualuga sliding to the starting spot on the strongside. The Georgia product plays the position like a safety, attacks blockers with authority and bolsters the Bengals’ already pretty rock-solid front seven with some much-needed speed and playmaking ability. Second Round (No. 37 Overall): Matt Elam, S, Florida Cincinnati covets high-ceiling prospects from power programs. Matt Elam fits the bill and is a really solid steal at the top of the second round. He also possesses the versatility, coverage skills,...
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NFL News: On Tuesday the Cincinnati Bengals signed free agent tight end Alex Smith to an undisclosed contract. Better known for his blocking skills rather than his ability to be an open receiver, Smith will be behind starter Jermaine Gresham on the depth chart.
Fantasy Ramifications: Smith has not been an effective receiving tight end since 2008, and even back then he was low-end...
Kyle Larson picked up his first NASCAR national series win on Sunday by holding off Joey Logano on the final restart of the Truck Series race at Rockingham Speedway.
Logano was closing in on Larson when a collision between Timothy Peters and Ryan Sieg brought out the caution with two laps remaining.
''I was definitely worried and I could see him getting closer and closer...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Cincinnati Bengals and free agent linebacker James Harrison will meet on Monday in an attempt to work out a contract.
Original plan was for #Bengals/James Harrison to meet Sunday to hammer out a contract. Now they’ll meet Monday & work on contract/details
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 14, 2013
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James Harrison is reportedly close to finalizing a contract with the Cincinnati Bengals. Yes, after years of tormenting Bengals quarterbacks, the long-time Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker could be calling Cincinnati home.
Talk about sleeping with the enemy.
The 34-year-old Harrison was released by the Steelers last month after refusing to restructure his contract. After being cut...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Cincinnati Bengals and free agent linebacker James Harrison have hit a snag while trying to work on getting a contract done.
Sides have hit a snag. Some pessimism in the process RT @joereedy It’s likely nothing will happen between Harrison and Bengals today.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 16, 2013
A source gave ESPN’s Adam...
James Harrison’s stubborn decision to test the market in Free Agency will most likely cause him to miss out on cashing in on the maximum amount of coin in Pittsburgh. Due to his unwillingness to take a 30 % pay cut, he now will be lucky to get half of the roughly$ 4 million he would’ve received with the Steelers. Will the Bengals really be getting a bargain with Roger Goodell’s...
Pittsburgh Steelers free agent linebacker James Harrison met
with the Cincinnati Bengals this week, and there was reportedly mutual interest
in reaching a deal between the two sides entering the weekend. While it doesn’t
appear as if an agreement will be reached this weekend, the Bengals will try to
complete a deal with Harrison this week, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Bengals have reached an agreement with former Browns TE Alex Smith.
A recent report from Geoff Hobson indicated that the two sides were close to agreement, so it’s really not all that surprising that a deal came together just a few days later.
Smith, 30, spent the past three seasons with the Browns and is more of a blocking tight end...
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ROCKINGHAM, N.C. – Kyle Larson made his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) start of the 2013 season and completed a dominating effort at Rockingham Speedway on Sunday afternoon in the NC Education Lottery 200 presented by Cheerwine. Starting from the third position, Larson pushed his No. 30 Autism Speaks Chevy Silverado to the lead on lap 18 and...
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To say Kyle Larson had a good day would be the biggest understatement so far this year. Larson had a phenomenal day where he led over half of the laps in the race and he was able to hold off various drivers for the lead throughout the afternoon. He had never raced a lap in a truck before at the Rockingham Speedway before this weekend and by the end of a race,...