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Scoring five runs in the second inning and seven more in the third, the Reds beat up the Brewers on Saturday with a 13-7 win at Great American Ball Park.
Undrafted DiManche could make Bengals rosterUpdated May 11 Share TweetWhen trying to assess if an undrafted rookie will make the Bengals' 53-man roster in September, the first place to look would be linebacker.Source: cincinnati.com
Special teams can open door for rookiesUpdated May 11 Share TweetReality for the majority of the 46 players filling Paul Brown Stadium during this weekend's rookie mini-camp is any 2013 contribution to the Bengals will come on special teams.Source: cincinnati.comShare TweetBengals rookie tight end Tyler Eifert lined up here, there and just about everywhere during his first practice. The Bengals got started on their new tight end-heavy passing game yesterday at the start of a weekend rookie minicamp. A lot of the focus was…Share TweetYour browser does not support iframes. The Cincinnati Reds pulled out a tightly-contested 4-3 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday night. They would have never done it without the presence of Brandon Phillips, who contributed in spectacular fashion …Source: yahoo.comShare TweetThe Tanner Hawkinson Show continues Saturday afternoon into the fourth practice of the Bengals rookie minicamp at Paul Brown Stadium when the fifth-round pick is expected to get some snaps at right tackle and right guard.
Saturday quick hits: Jayhawking the O-lineUpdated May 11 Share TweetThe Tanner Hawkinson Show continues Saturday afternoon into the fourth practice of the Bengals rookie minicamp at Paul Brown Stadium when the fifth-round pick is expected to get some snaps at right tackle and right guard.Share TweetOn his first day as a Bengal on Friday, tight end Tyler Eifert lined up in more spots than a flip-flopping politician during a drip-dry rookie minicamp at Paul Brown Stadium.
Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry game-time decision for Game 4May 11Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry received treatment on his sprained left ankle Saturday and is considered a game-time decision for Game 4 of the Western Conference semifinals.
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