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Michael Johnson should be Cincinnati’s number 1 free agent target Well, we all would have liked the season to have extended a bit further than it did, but the positives to take away from the 2012 campaign are many.  First, the team broke down several long-standing barriers on the way to back-to-back playoff appearances.  Secondly, the young up-and-coming stars got another season of experience under their belts.  Third, the Bengals have 3 picks in the first two rounds of the 2013 draft thanks to the Carson Palmer trade, and fourthly, according to ESPN the Bengals have a league-leading 55.1 million dollars in cap space.  Of course, Mike Brown’s frugal nature is partially responsible for this number, but we also have to recognize that the team has been able to assemble a young and talented team while superbly managing the restrictions of the salary cap.  The Brown family deserves kudos for the job done over the last two seasons.  Drafting exceptionally well and supplementing that with ...
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