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Bengals Break: Breakout Players, Marlon Byrd

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Today’s Bengals Break features two Bengals breakout players, Marlon Byrd’s possible landing spot, and more.

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Bengals Training Camp Breakout Player: James Wright: James Wright is in serious competition with a few Bengals veterans and new additions for one of the final wide receiver spots on the roster. He showed last season, amid a number of injuries, that he belonged on this team. Will last years numbers translate into success and a spot reserved for Wright on the roster?

Bengals Training Camp Breakout Player: P.J. Dawson: P.J. Dawson has been viewed in many circles as the next possible line backer diamond in the rough. He has already started to draw some comparisons to the success the Bengals had with Vontaze Burfict. Will Burfict’s injury give Dawson a chance to earn his stripes?

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Cincinnati Reds Rumors: A Potential Landing Spot for Marlon Byrd: The Reds are looking to add young prospects and make moves that will boost them in the near future. Marlon Byrd is a player producing now and a team in the brink of a playoff race could potentially make a move to bolster their lineup. Check out who could potentially make a run at the Reds outfielder.

Bruce and Leake Lift Reds Past Marlins, 1-0: Jay Bruce gave the Reds the offense and Mike Leake provided the shut down pitching that was needed to push the Cincinnati Reds past the Miami Marlins. Bruce’s solo home run provided the only run of the game and the Reds won 1-0 over the Marlins to take game two of the four game series.

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More Realignment Smoke?: The University of Cincinnati Bearcats have been part of more rumors to expand the Big 12 over this past offseason. Mike Jorgenson of cincyontheprowl.com breaks down who is now talking about UC and why this could be a little more serious than previous talks of realignment.

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