Earlier this season, the Cincinnati Bengals announced plans for a telephone hotline allowing fans with cell phones to report bad spectator behavior, a move that proves two things:
(a) The organization has a sense of irony, however unintentional; (b) No one with the team owns a mirror.
A fan hotline is fine. A player hotline would be more appropriate. Since December of 2005, eight Bengals have been arrested, causing coach Marvin Lewis to admit embarrassment, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell ...
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