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For Green-Ellis, fumbles are concern Updated Oct 3, 2012
After going 589 touches without a fumble, BenJarvus Green-Ellis finds himself near the top of a list he is not accustomed to.
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  • Reds have more trimming to do for NLDS roster Oct 3, 2012
    General manager Walt Jocketty and the club will be traveling to San Francisco with 28 players to fill 25 spots on the National League Division Series roster.
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  • Regulars get rest in Cards' regular-season finale Oct 3, 2012
    Knowing that the second National League Wild Card is already theirs, the Cardinals took the opportunity to rest their regulars on Wednesday in the final regular-season game against the Reds.
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  • Reds' Cueto gets nod in Game 1 against Giants Oct 3, 2012
    Cincinnati Reds manager Dusty Baker confirmed Wednesday that right-hander Johnny Cueto will start the opener of the NL Division Series against San Francisco.
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  • 2012 NFL Week Four Preivew — Miami vs Cincinnati Oct 3, 2012
    Don’t look now, but the Bengals are 3-1 and suddenly have a swagger about them as they get set to entertain the Miami Dolphins Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium. Cincy last week took down the Jaguars in Jacksonville, as their run defense, which had been lack
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  • Leon Hall, Nate Clements, Dre Kirkpatrick back at practice for the Bengals

    The Bengals are starting to look healthier at cornerback after facing the Jaguars with just three healthy bodies at the position. Leon Hall practiced on Wednesday for the first time since injuring his hamstring during a September practice and Nate Cleme…
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  • Bengals have until Friday afternoon to secure sellout Oct 3, 2012
    The Bengals have not announced how many tickets are available, but indications are between 5,000-10,000 remain available.
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  • Quick hits: Hall, Clements, Dre back on field; BJGE looks for handle; Coyle holds up mirror Oct 3, 2012
    Dre Kirkpatrick Updated: 4:20 p.m. Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis indicated before Wednesday's practice he expected to have some injured secondary members back to work after they missed last Sunda...
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  • AFC North chat alert Oct 3, 2012
    Upset with the Ravens pass defense? Irked about the lack of respect for the Bengals? Angry with the slow starts for the Steelers and Browns? If that's the case, it's a good day to vent because today is the AFC North weekly chat. You should know the rout…
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  • A.J. Green soaring above all NFL receivers Oct 3, 2012
    It's going to be easy to convince you in this piece that A.J. Green is the NFL's next superstar. For one moment Sunday, the Bengals' wide receiver nearly made everyone believe he was a superhero. Going after a pass thrown ahead of him, Green left his fe…
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  • Wake-up: Bengals trying to avoid blackout Oct 3, 2012
    I wanted to pass along that I'll be covering the Eagles-Steelers game on Sunday. I thought if Troy Polamalu and James Harrison are going to play, I might as well show up, too. Let's not get too far ahead of ourselves. It's Wednesday, which means the wee…
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  • A decade of making a difference Oct 3, 2012
      Difference-makers. Marvin Lewis looks for them all the time. In the frozen images of video. In between the Xs and Os. Under the nooks of the playbook. Through the crannies of the draft board. Pla...
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  • Video - Jim Bowden on Kyle Lohse 01:41

    Jim Bowden on Kyle Lohse

    Oct 3
    Jim Bowden breaks down the pending free agency of St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Kyle Lohse.
  • Video - Countdown Daily AccuScore: MIA-CIN 01:01

    Countdown Daily AccuScore: MIA-CIN

    Oct 3
    Prim Siripipat goes inside the numbers for the Dolphins-Bengals
  • Video - Inside the Huddle with John Clayton 01:28

    Inside the Huddle with John Clayton

    Oct 3
    John Clayton breaks down Matthew Stafford's dropping yards-per-attempt average, J. J. Watts' greatness at DE, young QBs, CBs and WRs.