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Lewis doesn't expect league to suspend Whitworth

Lewis doesn't expect league to suspend Whitworth

Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis does not expect the NFL to suspend left tackle Andrew Whitworth for the fight that led to his ejection from Sunday's game against the Raiders at Paul Brown Stadium.
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  • Report card: Bengals earn As and Bs in win

    Report card: Bengals earn As and Bs in win

    cincinnati.com Nov 26, 2012
    Joe Reedy gives the Bengals As and Bs following their 34-10 win against the Raiders on Sunday.
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  • Notes: Now you 'C' Dalton and Maualuga

    Notes: Now you 'C' Dalton and Maualuga

    bengals.com Nov 26, 2012
    Rey Maualuga Updated: 4:50 p.m. It can take equipment managers Jeff Brickner and Adam Knollman about an hour to get it done. It takes about 20 minutes to get from Paul Brown Stadium to Sportsco in ...
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  • Congratulations, Ohio NFL teams

    Congratulations, Ohio NFL teams

    ESPN.com Nov 26, 2012
    It would be remiss of the AFC North blog not to recognize what has become a rare daily double for the NFL teams in Ohio. The Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns both won on the same weekend for the first time in 46 weeks, according to the Cincinnati…
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  • In home stretch, suspense reigns in NFC chase

    In home stretch, suspense reigns in NFC chase

    CNNSI.com Nov 26, 2012
    Looking for a crazy playoff race? Try the bizarro NFC, which has six teams fighting for the last spot. But huge news from Week 12 could shake everything up, Peter King writes.
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  • Week 12 Splash Plays: Reggie Bush and Michael Bush score at the…

    Week 12 Splash Plays: Reggie Bush and Michael Bush score at the same time

    yahoo.com Nov 26, 2012
    Bush and Bush score simultaneous touchdowns At exactly 54 seconds past 2:03 Eastern Time on Sunday, both Reggie Bush of the Miami Dolphins and Michael Bush of the Chicago Bears hit the end zone. Ray Rice's amazing fourth-and-29 conversion This might be
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  • Raiders-Bengals fight won’t result in automatic suspensions

    Raiders-Bengals fight won’t result in automatic suspensions

    profootballtalk.com Nov 26, 2012
    Given the rules in other sports, news that players have left the bench area to join a fight creates a sense that those players will be facing automatic suspensions. In the NFL, that’s not how it works. “It’s not automatic,” NFL spokesman Greg Aiel
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  • Palmer’s homecoming not so sweet

    Palmer’s homecoming not so sweet

    whodeyfans.com Nov 26, 2012
    Bengals fans had this game circled on their calendar.  For some, this was the game when we could show Palmer what a dumb decision he made by choosing to sit out and eventually join the Raiders over staying in Cincinnati and playing.  For others, they wa
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  • Photo Gallery of the Bengals Win Over Oakland Sunday

    Photo Gallery of the Bengals Win Over Oakland Sunday

    bengalsgab.com Nov 26, 2012
    Photo Gallery of the Bengals Win Over Oakland Sunday
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  • Video - Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton is ready to dominate 04:15

    Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton is ready to dominate

    Nov 26
    Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton joins "Around the League" to discuss his recent success, and the Bengals winning streak.
  • Video - Countdown Daily Hot Topics: Week 12 04:02

    Countdown Daily Hot Topics: Week 12

    Nov 26
    Antonio Pierce answers your facebook questions

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  • Peter King: As we hit home stretch, suspense reigns in NFC playoff chase

    Nov 26
    Prelude to a diss: In the last 52 weeks, the Packers have met the Giants three times. Green Bay has allowed 35, 37 and 38 points, and an average of 419 yards a game, and nine Eli Manning touchdown passes. Time for defensive coordinator Dom Capers to fig…
  • Don Banks: Giants serve notice to league with pressure-packed win over Pac…

    Nov 26
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Sometimes I think Tom Coughlin's Giants team should come with a disclaimer label attached: "For best results, apply pressure.''