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At the Scouting Combine, Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis gave a vote of confidence to reserve safeties Taylor Mays and Robert Sands. "I feel great about them because I watched them each and every day in practice," Lewis said of Mays, a two-year pro from USC whom the Bengals acquired from San Francisco, and Sands, a West Virginia product entering his second NFL season. Source: Pro Football Weekly
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There's been a lot of recent debate about how the Bengals should go about filling their number two receiver position this off-season. Marvin Lewis recently made it seem like they have no interest in signing a veteran to start opposite A.J. Green. If true, the Bengals could use a draft pick and attempt to build this offense through young core players.
Ebenezer Samuel of NY Daily...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Marvin Lewis admitted a coach is never sure. But compare the aura surrounding the Cincinnati Bengals this postseason to a year ago and its as if the Bengals have been re-gilded. They are coming off a playoff appearance and look to the draft with two first-round picks.
We have a good opportunity ahead of us, Lewis said at the NFL Scouting Combine.
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News broke at the NFL Combine today that the Bengals have approached head coach Marvin Lewis about a contract extension that would keep him in Cincinnati past this season. What do you think? Vote now.
Terrell Owens is finally playing football again as he made his Indoor Football League debut with the Allen Wranglers as they took on Wichita.In the second quarter, with Owens not even having a single catch yet, the 38-year-old finally got one as he caught a touchdown in the end zone to put the Wranglers up 16-10.You can take a look at the man who got his popcorn ready in the video...
Big news out of Allen, Texas this weekend where a broke guy returned to the football field because, well, he has no choice. What other football job can Terrell Owens get these days besides playing indoor football in Allen, Texas? None. So there was T.O. Saturday night getting his first catch & TD in the 2nd quarter of the Allen Wranglers season debut.
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The Scouting Combine seems like it's becoming a mockery of itself. More and more we hear how forming opinions of the workouts is a waste of time and that the biggest impact of the event happens in meetings behind closed doors. In essence, it's become nothing more than a media monster where coaches and general managers are pressed for specifics...
Terrell Owens is playing in the Indoor Football League. I honestly didn’t even realize this until yesterday. He’s playing for the Allen Wranglers of Texas. His first catch was for a TD. It isn’t exactly playing with Steve Young in San Francisco, but at least the guy is getting some reps.
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While perusing the usual stomping grounds for items that then can be stomped out on my keyboard, I took a closer look at one of the articles regarding receiver Terrell Owens‘ return to football as a member of the IFL’s Allen Wranglers. Yes, he had three catches for three touchdowns in the second quarter, after…
On Friday, head coach Marvin Lewis expressed his concerns about Rey Maualuga’s latest off-field incident but said that all the details haven’t been released.
At the NFL Scouting Combine, defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer also expressed his concerns and noted “at some point in time we all have to grow up.”
Added Zimmer: “You know what? If I’m out at a bar and somebody...
He's still a self-promoting douche.
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis says he's optimistic he'll sign a contract extension with the team according to Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com. Lewis, the winningest coach in Bengals history, is entering the final year of a two-year extension. "[Bengals owner Mike Brown] would like to get it extended. He's told me that two or three times," Lewis said at the NFL combine...