• Bengals' Newman out second straight day

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Oct 18, 2013
    With Newman expected to play, the Bengals will have a full secondary for a second straight week. The Bengals only had one real health concern this week, and it had to do with veteran cornerback Terence Newman . A first-round pick of Dallas in 2003, Newman has intercepted 35 regular-season passes in his NFL career and has made at least 10 starts in all 11 pro seasons. He was one of three Bengals who were completely held out of Wednesday's practice. After dealing with injury issues the first five weeks of the season, the Cincinnati Bengals are in the middle of their second straight week of near complete health. No player actually is at 100 percent health right now, but the Bengals have enough players who are close enough to full health that they can go to Detroit with more options than they have had at earlier stages of the season. Lewis credited his players, as well as strength and conditioning coach Chip Morton, with keeping their bodies healthy, despite the physical abuse they take each and every week.
    Source: ESPN.com
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      CINCINNATI -- For the second straight weekend, the Cincinnati Bengals will be leaving town Saturday for a road game with an injury-free roster. Sure, there are players among them who have minor bumps and bruises. We are, after all, heading to the midpoi…
      Source: ESPN.com
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