Found January 21, 2012 on WhoDeyFans:
Like many of you, I spent the majority of this past year hating Carson Palmer’s guts.  Not just at the standard hatred level mind you, but major league hate; right up there with the way I hate the US tax code, slow drivers in the left lane, the Pittsburgh Steelers, and slow drivers in the left lane [...]

Football. Dalton Headed To Pro Bowl

Former TCU quarterback Andy Dalton is headed to the Pro Bowl after a standout rookie season with the Cincinnati Bengals.

The 20 questions mailbag, offseason edition

I had the first offseason edition of 20 questions on Twitter (@joereedy) last night as we started to delve into free agency and the draft. 1. Pierre Garcon or Robert Meachem, who is the more realistic option? to me, Meachem would be the better fit because of what he can do in the red zone. Garcon is more of a big play, home run hitter which the Bengals already have with Green. 2...

Coyle on Dolphins radar?

The Bengals might not be the only team looking at Kevin Coyle in regards to a defensive coordinator spot. NFL Network’s Jason LaCanfora reports that Coyle, who is the Bengals defensive backs coach, is under consideration for the same position with the Dolphins and is held in high regard by new head coach Joe Philbin. With Mike Zimmer still under consideration for head coaching...

Raiders conduct interview with Eagles OC Mornhinweg

Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg's interview for the Oakland Raiders' head-coaching vacancy was scheduled to take place Friday, according to league sources.

Jay Gruden refuses

Jay Gruden doesn't seem interested in leaving Cincinnati this year.  He's declined the Colts interview request: Twice this month, the Bengals’ offensive coordinator has rejected an opportunity to be considered for a coaching job.  First it was the Jaguars.  Now, he has spurned an overture from the Colts, according to Charley Casserly of CBS. Gruden, who drew rave reviews...
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