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The Bengals are reportedly finalizing a deal for running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis. Fantasy Spin: The Patriots were interested in re-signing Green-Ellis, but apparently is getting a better deal with Cincinnat - but a boost in carries is not guaranteed if Cedric Benson departs, as the Bengals could still add a promising running back early in Aprils Draft, such as David Wilson. And this is bad news for Michael Bush, as Cincinnati was one of the few teams interested in acquiring his services.
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