The Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday released linebacker Aaron Maybin, the 11th overall pick of the 2009 draft that had already been cut by two teams in four seasons. Tuesday night’s episode of “Hard Knocks: Training Camp” began with Aaron Maybin showing off his art skills and ended with Maybin being among the first players who were released. Maybin doesn’t seem to have that singular focus on football. Maybin becomes a free agent, giving him two weeks to find a new team and make a positive impression before the cuts commence from 90 to 75 and then to 53. As it so often does, this episode of Hard Knocks took us inside the off-field life of the player it was profiling, demonstrating that Maybin has artistic talent and is an avid painter. If Porter doesn’t go on IR, the Bengals have a difficult choice go with seven linebackers or release DiManche and hope he can clear waivers so that the Bengals can sign him to the practice squad. Hard Knocks treated us to the site of veteran linebacker James Harrison, one of those players who has lasted in the league in large part because of hard work, arriving in the weight room at 6:15 a.m.