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Even though their salary cap space is limited, the Baltimore Ravens found a way to pull off a major move in free agency. The move should help their depleted defensive roster immediately.
We take a quick spin around the division to look at the goings-on with the Bengals' rivals. There are some newsworthy items for each team.
The Bengals found a veteran wide receiver that brings return ability in free agency. It just so happens that that player was the one they had filling the same role the past two seasons.
The Ravens won't have the luxury of hosting the season kickoff game in Baltimore because of a scheduling conflict with the Orioles.
One of the most polarizing players in this year's draft sent out a vague tweet on Friday about working out with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Another Ravens player has bolted to another team after the Super Bowl champs couldn't afford to keep him. This time, it's the safety with an "iffy" reputation that went elsewhere.
The Bengals were one of a group of NFL teams on hand at the University of Tennessee Pro Day. There are a couple of promising prospects that could intrigue the Bengals.
An earlier report had the Bengals interested in former Raiders safety Mike Mitchell, along with the Carolina Panthers. It appears that Mitchell has made his decision, according to his personal Twitter account.
The future Hall of Fame safety chose to eschew an opportunity to remain with his Baltimore Ravens. As somewhat expected, he is bolting for the Houston Texans.
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh also had some eye-opening comments about free agency at the breakfast of the NFL's annual meeting. They might seem to run the opposite of what we're seeing from the Bengals this year.
Through a week of free agency, the folks over at ESPN have come out with a March-verson of their NFL power rankings. Where the Bengals are on the list might surprise you.
Marvin Lewis addressed the Cincinnati media on Tuesday morning on a variety of subjects. He mostly talked about the team's plans in free agency and how he's viewing things as they currently stand.
One of the best offensive tackles available on the open market signed with the Rams on Sunday. Could this be the deal that opens up the Andre Smith negotiations?
The Cincinnati Bengals kicked the tires on a familiar face that is available on the open market. Will the Harvard graduate rejoin the Bengals for 2013?
The AFC North foes from Pittsburgh have started to throw their hat into the free agency ring with reported interest in two high-profile free agents.
The star-crossed wide receiver is looking to make an NFL comeback after a stint with the Dolphins ended before the 2012 season began.
The Baltimore Ravens haven't lost one of their mainstays quite yet. Safety Ed Reed left Houston without a contract with the Texans. Could he still sign there?
The news that surrounded the Bengals on day two of free agency revolved around a few personnel losses. They were mostly unsurprising, but the team remained inactive for the second straight day.
The Bengals lost their third free agent on Wednesday with the departure of a big defensive tackle. It's been a rough start to free agency for Cincinnati.
Aside from one major signing on the first day of free agency, the wide receiver market was relatively slow. There could be a few more signings over the next couple of days.
There were a few significant offensive tackle signings through the first day of free agency that could affect the impending contract situation of Andre Smith.
Former Oakland Raiders running back Mike Goodson is visiting the Cincinnati Bengals on Tuesday for an opening in their running back group. He's starting to pick up interest from a couple of other teams as well.
The Raiders continued their two-year salary cap rescue by cutting two high-price players from the AL Davis regime.
The Chiefs keep up their quality offseason with the signing of former Jets defensive tackle, Mike DeVito.
The Bears have signed one of the better tackles on the free agent market. Early reports say the deal for Jermon Bushrod is a five-year deal.
In the first few hours of free agency, the Bengals re-signed a key role player on their defense by retaining defensive lineman, Robert Geathers. His new contract numbers may surprise you.
The Browns made a big splash in the first hour of free agency by signing linebacker Paul Kruger to a five-year deal.