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Griever last won the day on March 28 2019

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  1. Sure hope so...with Ross being out an undetermined amount of time and Tee tweaking hamstrings already or whatever we may need to rely on him
  2. Was wondering when one of these threads was going to pop up, thanks. Unfortunate news, hopefully is is extremely minor and they are just erring on the side of caution. With Ross being out for a while I was hoping Tee was going to get the most of the reps with Burrow.
  3. Man that sucks, hopefully they get well soon https://www.cincyjungle.com/2020/8/12/21365007/john-ross-bengals-son-coronavirus-nfl John Ross leaves Bengals to care for his son who has coronavirus The boy’s mom also contracted the virus.
  4. Liking that he has experience with this
  5. 1 yr, up to 2.7 mil per Schefter. D line looking good.
  6. https://mobile.twitter.com/Mike_Daniels76/status/1293356919533510657
  7. One thing I've been thinking about with this...consider the Bengals first two games this season: Sun. Sept. 13 L.A. CHARGERS CBS 4:05 p.m. Thurs. Sept. 17 at Cleveland NFL Network 8:20 p.m You wonder if the Bengals would be the perfect candidate to switch up the season opener to a Saturday, considering the week two Thursday game. Not only that, you potentially get to showcase the National Champion, record setting, Heisman winning rookie QB with his new team amongst a couple of other select matchups perhaps?
  8. Wonder if it happened during a lifting session, that really sucks. Isn't that what happened to Price a couple years back? Man i hope that second opinion is better because we really needed him. Phillips and Rose gotta step up, it is their time to shine now.
  9. Similar article was already posted in the COVID thread but here is one from Cincy Jungle: https://www.cincyjungle.com/2020/8/10/21362056/college-football-rumors-nfl-season-2020-cfb-news
  10. Speaking of which, i heard that if there is no college football nfl is gonna be taking over Saturday for games, that would be weird
  11. per cbs sports, not sure if this list is comprehensive or not but there seems to be a lot listed: Players who decide to opt out will fall into two categories: high risk and voluntary. To be considered high risk, a player must have a confirmed diagnosis of at least one of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's 15 underlying medical conditions for developing severe illness from COVID-19. These conditions include cancer, chronic kidney disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, serious heart issues, sickle cell disease, Type 2 diabetes, liver disease, moderate to severe asthma and hypertension.
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