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Here are five things the Bengals need to do to make another postseason run next season.
Johnny Manziel only tied for the top spot as the biggest QB bust among AFC North teams.
The Oakland Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars are the only two NFL teams below the 89 percent cash spending required by next year, and they are significantly under the minimum, the players' union
Steelers receiver Antonio Brown told ESPN's First Take that he still isn't happy about the Bengals' behavior toward him.
Former ESPN 300 prospects in Pro Bowl
In honor of national signing day, let's take a look at former ESPN 300 prospects who are living out their dream in the NFL -- specifically playing in the Pro Bowl. These players ranked in the top 25 of the list.
Bengals' patience was rewarded
Many thought Cincinnati was too conservative last offseason, but it seems the team's plans were right on point in hindsight. Mike Sando gives the Bengals' grade a boost. 2015 offseason re-grade (Insider)
Bengals might reach at No. 24
Braxton Miller's stock shot through the roof during Senior Bowl practices. He might be overvalued at this pick, but Todd McShay has the Bengals nabbing the former QB. With three WRs set to be free agents, Cincinnati has lots of question marks after A.J. Green at that position. Mock Draft 2.0 (Insider)
The Bengals' nearly reached their goal of holding foes to 17 points per game. At home, they allowed 17.5 points. On the road, it was 17.4.
Bengals are 14-1 to win Super Bowl LI
Things didn't end the way Cincinnati wanted, but Vegas appears to have faith in Marvin Lewis' club next season. However, an AFC North rival has better odds. Every team's odds
ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay has Cincinnati taking Ohio State's Braxton Miller in the first round, which would make some sense.
Despite regular-season success, Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis has yet to win a postseason game.
Test results in Cincinnati revealed that TE Tyler Eifert suffered a sprained left ankle and not a more severe injury in Sunday's Pro Bowl.
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Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert, who was injured in Sunday's Pro Bowl, was determined to simply have a sprained ankle.
The Cleveland Browns' decision to release Johnny Manziel reflects in part the no-nonsense attitude of new head coach Hue Jackson.
A.J. Green could be the NFL's best wide receiver, but he will have some competition from Antonio Brown, Julio Jones and others for that title.
Bronson Hill started the season with the Bills and spent most of 2015 on the practice squads of various NFL teams.
Marvin Jones caught nine TD passes from the red zone in 2013, but only two this season because the Cincinnati Bengals discovered other options.
Could Dolphins bring in Jones, Nelson?
Miami's secondary struggled last season, and new defensive coordinator Vance Joseph is very familiar with pending free agents Adam Jones and Reggie Nelson. Could a reunion in Miami work? NFL rumors roundup
Andy Dalton took big steps forward in a number of areas this season, but nowhere was he better for Cincinnati than he was against the blitz.
The Pro Bowl produced plenty of highlights. Among them, Jameis Winston's flashy debut and Charles Woodson's unusual goodbye.
Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert left Sunday night's Pro Bowl with a lower left leg injury, the extent of which wasn't fully known just after the game.