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Of all the most neglected positions on the Cincinnati Bengals roster, most fans would likely agree that safety has been the "red-headed stepchild" of the team. For so long, the Bengals have felt comfortable with older, injury-prone players whose best days were behind them or with players who wouldn't have much of a shot at a starting role on other teams. To make things worse, the Bengals repeatedly passed up opportunities to draft safeties with one of their early draft picks. Granted, there were other needs and they did a good job at filling those needs, but the safety position was left to has-been's and never-will-be's.
To continue our training camp preview, we take a look at the Bengals safeties.
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Dear Jerry Jones,
I am writing to ask that you consider signing Terrell Owens this season.
This is not a sympathy plea but more so a suggestion to roll the dice.
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Former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens owes $20,000 in child support payments and could be facing some jail time if make another wong move
Owens snubbed his nose at appearing in court on Thursday in Atlanta, and Judge John Goger is irked.
But alas, T.O.'s attorney David Hartin, said he wsn't thre because of a miscommunication with his client. Wow, they're...