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Harrison ready to continue winning ways

CINCINNATI James Harrison doesnt consider himself to be the missing piece to the Bengals. As a player who has played in three Super Bowls, been a part of winning two NFL championships and is a former NFL Defensive Player of the Year, Harrison has the credentials to speak of what is missing. I dont really think its a piece, its more consistency. Being more consistent. Ill leave...

Again healthy, James Harrison has ‘three years left’ as a member of the Cincinnati Bengals

Shelved on eight occasions over the past two seasons due to various injuries, Cincinnati Bengals linebacker James Harrison is healthy and has “three years left” playing in the NFL. Clipped by the Pittsburgh Steelers in March, the 34-year-old Harrison finally agreed with Cincinnati to a two-year contract on Friday. Despite going 10-6 and qualifying for the playoffs in consecutive...

James Harrison New Contract With Bengals Totals Out At $4.45 Million Max

The details of the contract signed by former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison with the Cincinnati Bengals is in and the two-year deal maxes out at $4.45 million and included a $1.2 million signing bonus. The former Defensive Player of the Year will earn base salaries in 2013 and 2014 of $1.4 million and $1.1 million respectively and the deal also includes roster bonuses...

2013 NFL Draft: 7 Round Mock Draft for the Cincinnati Bengals

The Cincinnati Bengals are coming off two straight playoff seasons and are looking to remain a playoff team in 2013. Andy Dalton and A.J Green were both hits in the 2011 NFL Draft and have been the key reason why the Bengals have been to the playoffs. Both look to remain on a role heading into 2013 but both times in the playoffs they have lost to the Houston Texans. In this mock...

Breaking down James Harrison's $4.45 million deal: $1.2 million signing bonus

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Behind the draft scenes, Bengals have grown

The Bengals were the butt of jokes, snickers and sneers for years in and around the NFL for the way they scouted and drafted players. Assistant coaches handled the brunt of the evaluation duties, starting immediately after the end of the playing season with some advance scouting having been done but not to the degree other teams performed. This was one of the areas of culture that...

James Harrison: I don’t hate the Steelers

Even though the Pittsburgh Steelers decided to move on from him, Bengals linebacker James Harrison doesn’t hate them. “I don’t have a chip on my shoulder against the Steelers,” Harrison said, per the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. “I don’t hate the Steelers. All the things they’re saying, that the media is blowing it up to be … am I disappointed? Yeah, I’m disappointed...

Kyle Larson Toyota Care 250 Race Preview

Back On Track: After enjoying a weekend off, the NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) heads to Richmond International Raceway for a 250-lap shootout at the 0.75-mile D-shaped oval. Rookie of the Year contender Kyle Larson has one previous start at RIR, starting second and finishing fourth in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East’s (NKNPSE) visit to the track last season. The 2012 race is...

Looking back at Marvin Lewis' draft history

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Experts can’t Decide on Steelers First Round Pick

The 2013 NFL Draft is approaching faster than James Harrison can say Whodey!!! With the draft so close we should have at least a general idea of who the Pittsburgh Steelers might draft with their first round pick, but even the experts can’t agree. We searched through many different sites and articles to find the [...]

Smith status changes Bengals draft focus

The national holiday that is the NFL Draft is upon us this week, a three-day festival celebrating footballs future booms and busts beginning on Thursday evening. The Bengals have the 21st overall pick in the first round and will start with a total of 10 picks in the seven rounds, including two each in Rounds 2, 6 and 7. Coming off of consecutive playoff seasons, the Bengals dont...

Defensive depth prime Bengals' draft concern

The national holiday that is the NFL Draft is upon us this week, a three-day festival celebrating footballs future booms and busts beginning on Thursday evening. The Bengals have the 21st overall pick in the first round and will start with a total of 10 picks in the seven rounds, including two each in Rounds 2, 6 and 7. Coming off of consecutive playoff seasons, the Bengals dont...

Cincinnati Bengals: Don't Over-think This Draft

Let us just jump into the meat and potatoes of what I would want from the Bengals' draft.  Priority No. 1 would be to get away from Andy Dalton, but I understand we won't be doing that so I'd focus on West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin.  Now I won't go all Mike Ditka and give up my whole draft for him but he is my favorite player in the draft.  I would trade...

The Cincinnati Bengals often overthink the draft please not again

Let us just jump into the meat and potatoes of what I would want from the Bengals' draft.  Priority No. 1 would be to get away from Andy Dalton, but I understand we won't be doing that so I'd focus on West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin.  Now I won't go all Mike Ditka and give up my whole draft for him but he is my favorite player in the draft.  I would trade...

The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steve McLendon Extension, James Harrison To Bengals & Steelers Draft Prospects Episode

Season 3, Episode 95 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I start off discussing the extension given to Pittsburgh Steelers nose tackle Steve McLendon following his visit with the Green Bay Packers. We also look back at the way the team handled all of their restricted free agents this offseason. James Harrison has now signed with the Cincinnati Bengals so we...
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