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Former Bengals cheerleader and teacher Sarah Jones — who admitted to having sex with her 17-year-old high school student who is now her boyfriend — isn’t getting a reality show, according to her attorney. RadarOnline.com reported that 495 Productions, the creators of “Jersey Shore,” courted the 27-year-old former Bengals cheerleading co-captain to star in a new reality show.
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I like where the Bengals are headed. They have a solid young QB and WR, I also like what BGE brings at the RB position. They need to shore up their defense some and this team will be around for years to come.
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When the Bengals opted to bypass on drafting Stanford guard David DeCastro, the most highly-touted guard to come into the NFL Draft since future Hall-of-Famer Steve Hutchinson came out of Michigan, many criticized the team for taking Wisconsin guard Kevin Zeitler instead. It even came out the Bengals had higher on their board than DeCastro, a view shared by few, but it continues...
Another tough loss Sunday was another unfortunate setback for a Bengals squad hoping to ascend to the next level of the NFL hierarchy and get back into the postseason, but there is one player who has not only climbed into the ranks of the NFL’s elite, but now has to start being considered as the best receiver in the entire American Football Conference.
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The 27-year-old former Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader who admitted recently that she had sexual contact with a minor will not be getting a reality television show. The attorney for Sara Jones dismissed a report by RadarOnline that claimed she was set to have a show on the Oxygen network.
In an email attorney Eric Deters said, “Sarah Jones does not have a reality show, plans or...
As the momentum of the game swung back-and-forth through nearly three quarters, the Bengals were in prime position to pull out a win as the Steelers were injured, old, and facing a rocking PBS crowd that seemed destined to watch their team pull out only their third victory vs. Pittsburgh in Paul Brown Stadium.
That was until the Steelers got the ball toward the end of the third...