Bengals Break: Bengals OTA Roundup, Byrd Hurt


Bengals OTA roundup, Marlon Byrd hurt, Reds fall, and much more on today’s edition of Bengals Break. is Fansided’s premier site for everything Bengals

Cincinnati Bengals’ OTA Roundup: The Bengals enter week two of OTA’s and with a lot going on in just the first week, we take a little deeper look into what is the week and yesterday that was.

Cincinnati Bengals Tight Ends: Tyler Squared: Tyler Eifert and Tyler Kroft are looking more and more like the dynamic duo that the Bengals were looking for when they drafted Eifert to join Jermaine Gresham. Brian takes a deeper look into the duo and what to hope for.

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Cincinnati Reds: Marlon Byrd Fractures Wrist: Marlon Byrd has been a vital part of the Reds successes this season and even has kept them fighting offensively in ball games when losing. This could deal a huge blow to an offense that is looking to continue to get better after a sweep of the Nationals.

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Reds Recap: Phillies Walk-off Against Reds: Mental errors in the field and on the bases hurt the Reds pretty bad but the bullpen is what did them in. Here is a recap of what happened and why the Reds lost to one of the worst teams in the NL East.

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Let’s Make Up A Rivalry For Cincinnati Like UConn Did: UCF woke up on Monday not thinking about a made up rivalry, but that is just what they got from the University of Connecticut. So Chris Bains from asked, what if we did the same for the Bearcats? What would those be? (Note: All Rivalries are made up)

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Buckeyes’ Receiving Core Could Be The Best Seen in 2015: The Buckeyes will return two wide receivers and have a few you receivers who show explosiveness and eagerness to make a difference in 2015. Could this core of wide receivers make the Buckeyes one of the best passing teams in the NCAA?

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