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CINCINNATI (AP) -- Bengals linebacker Keith Rivers will miss the rest of the season because he hasn't fully recovered from surgery on his right wrist.
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Congrats, Jerome Simpson, you've managed to win some fans over in Montreal. Check out the video (15 seconds in) below of the Bengals receiver doing his best Canadiens impression during Cincinnati's 23-20 win over Cleveland on Sunday. You can also see the epic flop by clicking here.
Bengals linebacker Keith Rivers will miss the rest of the season because he hasn't fully recovered from surgery on his right wrist.
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If the NFL is ever going to fine a player for flopping on the ground and feigning an injury, it should start with Bengals receiver Jerome Simpson. Simpson committed an absolutely ridiculous flop in Sunday’s game against the Browns, acting like he had just been shot by a bazooka when Browns linebacker Scott Fujita bumped…
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