Bengals move training camp from local college to home stadium

The Cincinnati Bengals will conduct training camp in Paul Brown Stadium this summer, the team announced Friday.

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The Bengals have held their camps at Georgetown College in Kentucky since 1997, but because the new collective bargaining agreement limits the number of preseason workouts teams can conduct, they wanted to move to their home stadium, which has better facilities, according to a release.

"Georgetown has been a great place for us, but this is the best way for our team to get ready for the 2012 regular season," coach Marvin Lewis said in the release. "We going to be right in our home, and that's where you're best suited with the way the (NFL) rules have changed. We also hope to see some fans who maybe haven't had a chance to see us at camp before, and we're excited to join all the great activities that are happening in the summertime in our downtown."

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