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As reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter, former Cincinnati Bengal defensive end Antwan Odom is preparing for a comeback in the NFL. Schefter tweeted: "Might be a free-agent bargain: former Bengals DE @Ant
wanOdom98 has been training at @EvanMathis69 's Zone to prepare for an NFL comeback." Odom is now 30 years old and has not played professional football since 2010. He never played a full season for the Bengals, but he sure made a splash, both good and bad, within the organization during his stint. On the positive side, he was a defensive force who once sacked Aaron Rodgers five times in one game. On the negative side, everything else: a shoulder injury, Achilles injury, wrist injury and league mandated suspension and after his time in Cincinnati, a gun shot wound, a drug arrest and his house burned down. Source: SBNation.com
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