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Sports Ex-Bengals QB saves man's life with CPR at Starbucks

Eric Kresser, a Cincinnati native and backup quarterback for the Bengals from 1997 to 1999, performed CPR on a man at a Starbucks in West Virginia, saving his life, according to a story by herald-dispatch.com's Tim Stephens.Kresser played quarterback at Florida before transferring to Marshall for his senior year.
USA Today
01/05
12 Points
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Sports Cincinnati Bengals release linebacker A.J. Hawk

He also played in the team's wild card playoff game.Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said Hawk was a pleasure to have on the team but that the Bengals "are going a different direction at this point."The 6-foot-1, 240-pound Hawk was a consensus All-American in two of his four seasons at Ohio State.
The Denver Post
27/04
7 Points
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Sports Cincinnati Bengals release linebacker A.J. Hawk

He also played in the team's wild card playoff game.Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said Hawk was a pleasure to have on the team but that the Bengals "are going a different direction at this point."The 6-foot-1, 240-pound Hawk was a consensus All-American in two of his four seasons at Ohio State.Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
USA Today
26/04
6 Points
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Giants opt to skip Washington football team’s offensive nickname on one tweeted team schedule

New York Giants (@Giants) April 15, 2016 The Washington football team's nickname has been a hot-button in recent years. Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) April 15, 2016 A schedule tweeted out by the Bengals also referred to the team only as Washington.A schedule analysis of the Giants slate tweeted out later had Washington's nickname on it. Corey Sipkin/New York Daily News The Giants tweeted out their 2016 schedule Thursday and one team's nickname was notably absent.
Daily News
15/04
16 Points
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