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A look at a few of the defenders whose names could be called when the Cincinnati Bengals pick at No. 21 in the first round of the NFL draft
The Bengals will be out to shore up their pass-rush and run-support efforts in this year's draft.
Examining Bengals' 2015 AFC North opponents: The Pittsburgh Steelers lost several pieces on defense, and they struggled to stop A.J. Green in 2014.
An attorney representing Dez Bryant has sent his adviser a cease-and-desist letter to end their formal business relationship, a move that could complicate contract negotiations with the Cowboys.
Much like the receiver position, injuries depleted the Bengals at tight end in 2014. Will they draft a top tight end at the end of this month?
Mel Kiper Jr. plays GM for all 32 NFL teams, making his optimal picks for the first three rounds of the 2015 NFL draft -- 99 picks in total.
Expect Baltimore to attack the Bengals in much the same way it did last season.
As we continue our pre-draft coverage, we're taking a look this week at several needs, and a few draft hopefuls who could be options to fill them.
ESPN Bengals reporter Coley Harvey discusses a running back rotation.
The Cleveland Browns promise to be a completely different team in 2015.
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