Found April 11, 2012 on WhoDeyFans:
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  Hello Newman!! It seems the Bengals are far from done retooling the roster in advance of the draft.  Reports surfaced today that the team finally reached an agreement with DB Terence Newman on a one-year deal, and they sent disappointing linebacker Keith Rivers to the Giants for a 5th-round pick.  Newman, formerly of Dallas, [...]
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