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Which teams signed the most new players?
The offseason has featured big changes in Tampa Bay and New York. The 49ers, meanwhile, barely have brought in new talent. We examine which teams made the most moves.
Report: Minnesota Vikings contact Michael Johnson
Are the Minnesota Vikings preparing to welcome a flock of Mike Zimmer's former Bengals players to the fold? Defensive end Michael Johnson soon could be joining his old coach.
Free agency primer: Top 25 defensive backs
Looking for secondary help? You're in luck -- this year's crop of free-agent cornerbacks and safeties includes proven starters like Alterraun Verner. Marc Sessler examines.
Offseason Forecast: Cincinnati Bengals
Cincinnati enters 2014 stocked with talent on both sides of the ball and two new coordinators. Though the Bengals are primed for another playoff run, will they bring in competition for Andy Dalton?
What you need to know about the Week 5 injury report
Ahmad Bradshaw won't play this week as he figures out what to do next about his ailing neck. Around The League offers a handy guide for the league's complete Friday injury report.
Shaun Prater injured, lost for entire Cincinnati Bengals season
The Cincinnati Bengals are having bad luck at cornerback. Two players at the position -- Brandon Ghee and Shaun Prater -- suffered injuries Saturday, with Prater out for the season.
Bengals training camp: Andy Dalton, A.J. Green head rising team
The bad old days seem to be over for the Cincinnati Bengals. Sparked by rising young stars Andy Dalton and A.J. Green, there's a new attitude in the Queen City. Albert Breer reports from training camp.
Dre Kirkpatrick: 'I never backpedaled' at Alabama
It's natural for rookies to face an adjustment period upon entering the NFL. Bengals cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick, the No. 17 overall pick, takes that to a new level with his surprising admission.
Bengals' Terence Newman, Jason Allen get reps
The Bengals defensive backfield is stocked with former first-round draft picks. Terence Newman and Jason Allen in particular are getting their chance to prove themselves as others recover from injuries.
Palmer practices, but Bengals QB will be game-time decision
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer returned to practice Wednesday, but sources close to the team said his injured foot still hasn't healed. Therefore, the Bengals will have to make a game-time decision on his availability for Thursday night's meeting with the New York Jets.