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Bengals Break: Will Clarke, Bryant Sets WR Market


Today on Bengals Break, Will Clarke is on our training camp watch list, Dez Bryant’s new deal sets the market for A.J. Green and the Cincinnati Bengals, Is Pete Rose essentially in MLB prison? and much more. is Fansided’s premier site for everything Bengals

Will Clarke: Bengals Training Camp Breakout Players: Will Clarke was the third round draft pick by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2014 draft. He spent most of last season on the bench, getting adjusted to the speed on today’s NFL. Now in his second year, he has turned into a player to watch as the Bengals look to improve their defense.

Dez Bryant Sets Market for A.J. Green and the Bengals: When Dez Bryant’s deal went down on Wednesday, the NFL world saw what the current market is for the top tier NFL quarterback. Now, the focus will turn to A.J. Green for the next large wide receiver contract to be dealt. Will it be sooner rather than later?

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Does MLB Keep Pete Rose Locked Up?: Pete Rose made a mistake on betting on baseball, whether it is as a player or as a manager. Now, MLB keeps his records and his name sacred to records but refuses to acknowledge him in the Hall of Fame. Is it time to free Pete Rose?

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Cincinnati Reds Rumors: Fake Trade Conversations with Astros’ GM Luhnow: Cincinnati Reds are looking to sell and the Astros’ are looking to buy, but with two weeks left, the Astros might be looking to just inquire on what it will take. Can the Reds get asking price for the top players or will they be just building for the future? is property of the Fansided Network

Columbus Blue Jackets: Stanley Cups Veterans Take Team One Step Closer: Brandon Saad and Gregory Campbell are bringing something to the Blue Jackets that they haven’t really had, Stanley Cup playoff experience, and not just playoff but finals experience. The Blue Jackets will need both if they want to go further than they have in their 14 years prior.