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https://plus.google.com/114404419245842272191 Celebrity News Magazine : Getty Images Bengals second-round wide receiver Tyler Boyd knows he’s being counted on for immediate...
Getty Images Bengals second-round wide receiver Tyler Boyd knows he’s being counted on for immediate production after Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu left via free agency. Boyd knows, too, that the Bengals see him as a slot receiver — and that after being…
Bengals wish Boyd to learn a container position — and quickly
Getty ImagesBengals second-round wide receiver Tyler Boyd knows he’s being counted on for immediate production after Mar
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https://plus.google.com/103222644697934818432 Cincy Jungle : What have +AJ Green and Mohamed Sanu taught us about the #Bengals rookie receivers?
What have +AJ Green and Mohamed Sanu taught us about the #Bengals rookie receivers?
Lessons learned from Bengals early round wide receivers during Marvin Lewis era
With the team's selection of Tyler Boyd in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft, we take a look back at the production of other wide receivers drafted in similar spots under Marvin Lewis and what their production teaches us.
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https://plus.google.com/100584301651807958782 4for4 Fantasy Football : Will Kyle Shanahan Ignore Mohamed Sanu Like His Other WR2s?
Will Kyle Shanahan Ignore Mohamed Sanu Like His Other WR2s?
Will Kyle Shanahan Ignore Mohamed Sanu Like His Other WR2s?
During the offseason, the Falcons signed wide receiver Mohamed Sanu to a five year, $32.5 million deal to start opposite Julio Jones, but will Sanu be used enough to be a viable fantasy starter?
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https://plus.google.com/106328269794946411385 The News Club : #TheNewsClub #NFL Draft grades 2016: winners and losers in the AFC North: Analysts liked the draft outcomes...
#TheNewsClub #NFL Draft grades 2016: winners and losers in the AFC North: Analysts liked the draft outcomes for the Ravens and Bengals, while the Steelers' and Browns' decisions raised some questions. The 2016 #NFL Draft is over, and AFC North teams filled needs and built for the future. The Baltimore Ravens needed a tackle after letting Kelechi Osemele walk in free agency. Osemele had been a guard, but the Ravens played him at tackle last season, and had he been retained, they were planning to convert him to tackle permanently. Baltimore also needed pass rush help and players to bolster its secondary. After winning the division last year, and then losing both Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu to free agency, the Cincinnati Bengals needed to address the receiver position in particular to keep their offense functioning at a high level in 2016. The Bengals also needed a cornerback, interior offensive line help and a defensive tackle. It's a new era in Cleveland (yet again), as new head coach Hue Jackson and executive vice president of player personnel Sashi Brown looked to stock a depleted roster with necessary talent. They had a lot of picks to work with after trading the second overall pick to the Philadelphia Eagles, who used it to select quarterback Carson Wentz. Cleveland added to its pile of picks when it traded back again in the first round. Pittsburgh needed to add talent to its secondary, and it also needed receivers and a defensive tackle. The Steelers finished the 2015 season 30th in the league for passing yards allowed, so safety and corner were top priorities. How did each AFC North team fare in the 2016 draft? Baltimore Ravens The Ravens needed a tackle, and after the controversial video of Laremy Tunsil surfaced on draft night, it seemed like a gift for Baltimore that he remained on the board by the time they were on the clock. They passed on Tunsil, opting instead for Ronnie Stanley out of Notre Dame, who is also a good option. The Ravens ended up trading back twice and stockpiling picks, allowing them to address a lot of needs in this draft. The analysts generally were impressed by Baltimore's outcome. Dan Kadar, SB Nation - B+ Mel Kiper, ESPN - A Chad Reuter, #NFL.com - A- Chris Burke & Doug Farrar, SI - B+ Pete Prisco, CBS #Sports - B+ Steve Palazzolo, PFF - B+ Cincinnati Bengals The Bengals would have likely considered Corey Coleman, Laquon Treadwell, Josh Doctson or Will Fuller had any of them still been on the board by the time they were on the clock in the first round, but they picked right after Fuller, Treadwell and Doctson were drafted. Instead of reaching for another receiver, the Bengals wisely addressed their needs at cornerback, selecting the speedy William Jackson III out of Houston. Cincinnati did add two receivers later in the draft, and also got defensive tackle Andrew Billings in the fourth, which was a great value. Overall, the analysts liked the Bengals' approach in this draft. Dan Kadar, SB Nation - B Mel Kiper, ESPN - A- Chad Reuter, #NFL.com - B- Chris Burke & Doug Farrar, SI - A+ Pete Prisco, CBS #Sports - B+ Steve Palazzolo, PFF - A- Cleveland Browns The Browns had a lot of needs to fill, and Sashi Brown said they would go with a best-player-available approach. They started with wide receiver Corey Coleman in the first round, a speedy playmaker with big play potential. Adding versatile offensive lineman Spencer Drango out of Baylor in the fifth round was a great value pick. The Browns ended up with 14 picks overall in this draft, and most analysts thought they could have used them a little more wisely. Dan Kadar, SB Nation - C+ Mel Kiper, ESPN - C Chad Reuter, #NFL.com - B+ Chris Burke & Doug Farrar, SI - C+ Pete Prisco, CBS #Sports - C- Steve Palazzolo, PFF - A Pittsburgh Steelers The selection of big, athletic cornerback Artie Burns out of Miami in the first round was considered a reach by some, even though Burns fills a definite need for the Steelers. Pittsburgh systematically addressed deficiencies on its roster, and most analysts acknowledged that the Steelers' third-round pick, defensive tackle Javon Hargrave, was a steal. Questions about Burns' fit with the Steelers' defense impacted Pittsburgh's overall grades. Dan Kadar, SB Nation - B- Mel Kiper, ESPN - B Chad Reuter, #NFL.com - A- Chris Burke & Doug Farrar, SI - B Pete Prisco, CBS #Sports - B Steve Palazzolo, PFF - C- http://tnc.news/LC69qW #Foxnews #CNN
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https://plus.google.com/106328269794946411385 The News Club : #TheNewsClub #NFL Draft grades 2016: Cowboys opt for headlines, Jaguars choose to remake defense: Un...
#TheNewsClub #NFL Draft grades 2016: Cowboys opt for headlines, Jaguars choose to remake defense: Unsurprisingly, Jerry Jones made big splashes with his first two draft picks. But were they were the best choices to make? Prior to the start of the 2016 #NFL Draft, most of the drama centered around the Los Angeles Rams and Philadelphia Eagles, who pulled off blockbuster trades in order to move to the top of the board and select quarterbacks Jared Goff and Carson Wentz. But since those two picks were essentially etched in stone, the real intrigue happened this weekend when the other 30 teams got on the clock. It was one of the more bizarre first rounds in recent memory, as a video of Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil smoking marijuana out of a gas mask surfaced just minutes before Thursday's proceedings began. Tunsil, who was projected to be a top-five selection, dropped all the way down to No. 13 -- losing an estimated $7 million in the process. There were lots of other surprises in the first round, including the Cleveland Browns trading down for a second time and the Denver Broncos trading up to select quarterback Paxton Lynch. This unpredictability carried over to the weekend, where a number of upper-echelon players remained on the board in the later rounds. More: Complete 2016 #NFL Draft grades and results Though the new league year officially begins in early March, the draft is often considered the real start of the upcoming season. Here are five of the biggest takeaways that should carry over as teams begin preparing for training camp in the ensuing months: Cowboys go for headlines To no one's surprise, Jerry Jones made big splashes with his first two picks. But it appears as if drafting a running back at No. 4 instead of a defensive player and taking the injured Jaylon Smith at No. 34 was more about grabbing headlines than anything else. Ezekiel Elliott was a standout running back at Ohio State, but the Cowboys already have three good running backs -- Darren McFadden, Alfred Morris and Lance Du#NBAr -- on their roster. ESPN's Ed Werder reports the Cowboys graded Elliott and cornerback Jalen Ramsey evenly, but Elliot's ability to touch the ball 25 times per game is what pushed him ahead. That makes sense to a point, but also discounts Ramsey's ability to shut down one side of the field on defense. Elliott is a better blocker than any of the three Cowboys running backs and promised to make sure Romo doesn't take so many unnecessary hits: Ezekiel Elliott to @PatKirwanCBS: "Don't worry about the blocking, nobody is getting to Romo. I'll take care of that." — Jon Machota (@jonmachota) April 29, 2016 But it's questionable that Dallas would opt to add to an already stacked position rather than address an area of more pressing need, like its pass rush. Smith will help with that, but not he probably won't play at all in 2016. Jones told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram that both Elliott and Smith were "foundation players that the Cowboys can build their future around. However, with Tony Romo now in his mid-30s, the Cowboys should've used their early draft capital on where they need help immediately. SB Nation: B- ESPN: C CBS #Sports: C- #Sports Illustrated: A- Pro Football Focus: B- Jaguars continue to overhaul their defense Jacksonville went on a spending spree during the first week of free agency, inking defensive end Malik Jackson to a $90 million contract and also acquiring safety Tashaun Gibson and cornerback Prince Amukamara to shore up one of the worst secondaries in the league. General manager David Caldwell's focus on defense was on display again this weekend, where all but one of his seven selections was on the defensive side of the ball. With the majority of the attention in the first round centered around the quarterbacks at the top and Tunsil's fall, the Jaguars slipped in and may have made the surest pick of the weekend. At No. 5 overall, Jacksonville drafted cornerback Jalen Ramsey, who was a consensus All-American last year at Florida State. It's not difficult to imagine Ramsey contributing in a big way as soon as his rookie season begins. Linebacker Myles Jack was projected to be a first-rounder, but decided to be oddly candid about his knee injury just days before the draft. With teams likely concerned that Jack may need another surgery on his right knee, he fell all the way to No. 36, where the Jaguars snatched him up. If Jack is healthy, this may go down as one of the biggest steals in recent draft memory -- similar to the Patriots drafting a perpetually injured Rob Gronkowski in the second round six years ago. SB Nation: B+ ESPN: A+ CBS #Sports: A+ #Sports Illustrated: A+ Pro Football Focus: A Laremy Tunsil fallout Contrary to what commissioner Roger Goodell may believe, there was nothing "exciting" about watching Tunsil get smeared during the biggest night of his life. But the two teams that will be forever intertwined with his fall, the Baltimore Ravens and Miami Dolphins, both made the right choice. In isolation, the old video of Tunsil smoking a bong out of a gas mask or the text messages that purportedly show him asking Ole Miss coaches for money probably wouldn't have been enough to plummet his draft stock. But in combination with some of the other issues surrounding Tunsil, such as his contentious relationship with his stepfather, it was safer for the Ravens to select offensive tackle Ronnie Staley with the No. 6 overall pick. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh told #NFL Network that the team was "disappointed" for Tunsil, but didn't eliminate him from its draft board. "Ronnie Staley was right at the top of our draft board from Day 1 of the process," Harbaugh said. "We liked Tunsil, too, as a player. Tunsil was on our board, but not to get into the specifics of it, we liked both of those guys." Conversely, with Tunsil sitting there at No. 13, the Dolphins probably felt compelled to take him. Tunsil is a star in the making if he can stay out of trouble. Ravens Grades: SB Nation: B+ ESPN: A CBS #Sports: B #Sports Illustrated: B+ Pro Football Focus: B+ Dolphins Grades: SB Nation: B- ESPN: B+ CBS #Sports: B+ #Sports Illustrated: B Pro Football Focus: A- Can the Broncos mold Paxton Lynch? After failing to pull off a deal for Colin Kaepernick and not getting far in talks for  the disgruntled Sam Bradford, the Broncos traded up to nab Paxton Lynch at No. 26 overall Thursday. General manager John Elway said Lynch "fits the Broncos perfectly," which seems to be a little disingenuous, considering Lynch played in a spread offense at Memphis. Gary Kubiak, who runs a variation of the West Coast offense, prefers his quarterbacks be under center. Regardless, it's clear the Broncos targeted Lynch. Mark Sanchez may get the start on Week 1, but ultimately Lynch appears to be the guy who they want to entrust their franchise to long-term. The move offers financial savings for the Broncos -- Lynch costs them $63 million less than Brock Osweiler -- but that will mean little if it turns out he can't play. SB Nation: B- ESPN: B- CBS #Sports: B- #Sports Illustrated: B+ Pro Football Focus: B- Bengals add needed reinforcements One of the oldest debates about draft philosophy is whether you should take the best player on the board or opt to address areas of need. The Bengals chose the latter, which was a good move for Marvin Lewis to make in what could be his last season in Cincinnati (we think?) if he doesn't win a playoff game. With Adam Jones now 32 years old and Dre Kirkpatrick possibly leaving next year as an unrestricted free agent, the Bengals needed to add more youth to their cornerback depth chart. They accomplished that with taking William Jackson III, who has exceptional ball skills and is slated to slot in the rotation immediately. Marvin Jones' and Mohamed Sanu's exits have opened up two holes at wide receiver, but Tyler Boyd should fill some of that void. He caught 85 passes last year at Pitt. SB Nation: B ESPN: A- CBS #Sports: B+ #Sports Illustrated: A+ Pro Football Focus: A- http://tnc.news/LC5JfK #Foxnews #CNN
NFL Draft grades 2016: Cowboys opt for headlines, Jaguars choose to remake defense
Unsurprisingly, Jerry Jones made big splashes with his first two draft picks. But were they were the best choices to make?
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https://plus.google.com/102913517818120801359 Christopher Drummond : Damm that Mohamed Sanu contract says a lot about Randle when you read this article never realized the...
Damm that Mohamed Sanu contract says a lot about Randle when you read this article never realized the stats and the contract difference
Eagles' Rueben Randle waited for Giants' offer that never came
The wide receiver never heard from his former team so he signed with a NFC East rival.
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https://plus.google.com/115312900863624006157 isportsweb : It is no secret that the Cincinnati Bengals have a large hole at the wide receiver position. Both Marvin...
It is no secret that the Cincinnati Bengals have a large hole at the wide receiver position. Both Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu left the team in free agency for Detroit and Atlanta respectively. As such, most mock drafts out there have the team taking one…
Cincinnati Bengals: The one player they cannot miss out on | isportsweb
It is no secret that the Cincinnati Bengals have a large hole at the wide receiver position.
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https://plus.google.com/117267021656073710967 NFL x Kibow : The Bengals exercised the fifth-year option on Tyler Eifert's rookie season, tying him to Cincinnati...
The Bengals exercised the fifth-year option on Tyler Eifert's rookie season, tying him to Cincinnati through 2017. Will Eifert's role increase with the losses of Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu? #NFL
Bengals exercise Tyler Eifert's fifth-year option
The Bengals exercised the fifth-year option on Tyler Eifert's rookie season, tying him to Cincinnati through 2017. Will Eifert's role increase with the losses of Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu?
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https://plus.google.com/117267021656073710967 NFL x Kibow : Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton will be throwing to a different set of receivers this September than...
Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton will be throwing to a different set of receivers this September than he was working with when he suffered a season-ending thumb injury late last year. The Bengals have added Brandon LaFell in the wake of losing Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu as free agents. There could be other additions or… #NBC
Andy Dalton: It’s going to be fun working with new receivers
Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton will be throwing to a different set of receivers this September than he was working with when he suffered a season-ending thumb injury late last year. The Bengals have added Brandon LaFell in the wake of losing Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu as free agents. There could be other additions or…
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https://plus.google.com/111567995257123519497 Leonel Mora : mohamed sanu is a free agent a former bengals but he is signed by the falcons
mohamed sanu is a free agent a former bengals but he is signed by the falcons
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https://plus.google.com/104550799581559082473 YSK Baton Rouge : CINCINNATI (AP) – The Bengals have signed former New England Patriot receiver Brandon LaFell to a one...
CINCINNATI (AP) – The Bengals have signed former New England Patriot receiver Brandon LaFell to a one-year contract, giving them a veteran to help fill out a pass-catching group that lost two regulars to free agency. Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu left as…
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https://plus.google.com/104550799581559082473 YSK Baton Rouge : CINCINNATI (AP) – The Bengals have signed former New England Patriot receiver Brandon LaFell to a one...
CINCINNATI (AP) – The Bengals have signed former New England Patriot receiver Brandon LaFell to a one-year contract, giving them a veteran to help fill out a pass-catching group that lost two regulars to free agency. Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu left as…
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https://plus.google.com/117267021656073710967 NFL x Kibow : The Cincinnati Bengals agreed to a deal with receiver Brandon LaFell on Wednesday. The team was in need...
The Cincinnati Bengals agreed to a deal with receiver Brandon LaFell on Wednesday. The team was in need of wideout depth after watching Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu walk in free agency. #NFL
Cincinnati Bengals agree to deal with Brandon LaFell
The Cincinnati Bengals agreed to a deal with receiver Brandon LaFell on Wednesday. The team was in need of wideout depth after watching Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu walk in free agency.
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Mohamed Sanu Still Lacks Fantasy Relevance On Falcons - TPS
Mohamed Sanu struggled being a consistent No. 3 wide receiver with the Cincinnati Bengals last year and had issues taking on a bigger role in previous seasons. And so, the Atlanta Falcons gave him a five-year contract worth $32.5 million with $14 million guaranteed. That seems like a steep contract for a receiver that played […]
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https://plus.google.com/105034631768732334755 Chad Parsons : The Cincinnati Bengals passing game lost Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu in free agency this offseason...
The Cincinnati Bengals passing game lost Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu in free agency this offseason. Many project the team to take a wide receiver in the early rounds, maybe even Round 1, of the NFL Draft. However, Mario Alford is an off-the-radar…
Mario Alford: Anything to See Here? - UTHDynasty.com
Chad Parsons profiles Mario Alford, 2015 NFL Draft prospect, after the departure of Mohamed Sanu and Marvin Jones in the Bengals passing game in 2016.
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https://plus.google.com/107087574697082006337 Jack Breves : NFL: Free Agency Grades (NFC South) NFC East NFC West NFC North AFC East (Coming Soon) AFC West (Coming...
NFL: Free Agency Grades (NFC South)
NFC East NFC West NFC North AFC East (Coming Soon) AFC West (Coming Soon) AFC North (Coming Soon) AFC South (Coming Soon) Atlanta Falcons Key Signings: C Alex Mack, WR Mohamed Sanu, DE Derrick Shelby, OLB Courtney Upshaw Key Re-signings: DE Adrian Clayborn,...
NFL: Free Agency Grades (NFC South)
NFC East NFC West NFC North AFC East (Coming Soon) AFC West (Coming Soon) AFC North (Coming Soon) AFC South (Coming Soon) Atlanta Falcons Key Signings: C Alex Mack, WR Mohamed Sanu, DE Derrick Shelby, OLB Courtney Upshaw Ke...
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https://plus.google.com/117267021656073710967 NFL x Kibow : The Bengals have lost receivers Mohamed Sanu and Marvin Jones to free agency. Soon, they likely will...
The Bengals have lost receivers Mohamed Sanu and Marvin Jones to free agency. Soon, they likely will be adding a replacement. Per a league source, the Bengals and Brandon LaFell are closing in on striking a deal that would place the veteran wideout in Cincinnati. LaFell, cut by the Patriots after a relatively disappointing 2015… #NBC
Bengals, LaFell closing in on a deal
The Bengals have lost receivers Mohamed Sanu and Marvin Jones to free agency. Soon, they likely will be adding a replacement. Per a league source, the Bengals and Brandon LaFell are closing in on striking a deal that would place the veteran wideout in Cincinnati. LaFell, cut by the Patriots after a relatively disappointing 2015…
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Making the case for James Wright to fill Mohamed Sanu's vacant role
The Bengals have a tough role to fill with the departure of Mohamed Sanu, but here's why James Wright makes perfect sense to fill the Bengals' WR3 role.
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