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Cincinnati Bengals release 2014 Preseason schedule

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The Cincinnati Bengals now know who they’ll be playing in the upcoming preseason.

The opposition will be the Chiefs, Jets, Cardinals and as usual, the Colts.

The schedule works this way. They’ll open at the Kansas City Chiefs and then host the New York Jets.

They’ll conclude the preseason on August 24 at the Arizona Cardinals and at home against the Indianapolis Colts on August 28.

The dates for the Chiefs and Jets games will be announced at a later date.

Bengals end James Harrison experiment after just one season

James Harrison in 2013 (photo by emeybee via wikipedia commons)

The Cincinnati Bengals made a surprising move on the third day of NFL Free Agency.

They saved $2.03 million in salary-cap space by releasing 35-year-old outside linebacker James Harrison.

The one year experiment ended because his role as the run stopper at outside linebacker was diminished because the Bengals played against a majority of teams that used the spread offense. The Bengals decided to go with younger, more talented linebackers.

Harrison signed with Cincinnati on April 23, 2013 to a two-year contract as the biggest name last offseason.

Before the 2013 season, the former Kent State star played for the Pittsburgh Steelers where he was the kingpin of the defense garnering five Pro Bowls and was named the 2008 NFL Defensive Player of the Year.

Cincinnati Bengals reduce roster by six players

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The Cincinnati Bengals lost their first game of the pre-season Saturday night at Dallas, 24-18.

After that game came another cutdown which affected several players.

The Bengals trimmed their roster down from 87 to 81 Sunday afternoon by releasing six players. Gone from the roster are tight Richard Quinn, defensive tackle Vaughn Meatoga, wide receiver Jheranie Boyd, cornerback Terrence Brown, kicker/punter Quinn Sharp and linebacker Jordan Campbell.

The Bengals still must cut another six players by Tuesday to reach the NFL-mandated 75-man roster limit. The Bengals host Indianapolis on Thursday in the final preseason game for both teams. Teams must cut down to the regular season limit of 53 players by next Saturday, Aug 31.

 

Ohio State Football 2013 Fall Camp: Taylor Decker looking to make an impact on offensive line

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Taylor Decker (megasportsnews.com photo)

The Ohio State Buckeyes are gearing up for the 2013 season with high expectations.

Their offensive line, eventhough they lost Reid Fragel to the NFL, is as sturdy as it has been in awhile with four starters returning and sophomore Taylor Decker looking to make an impact at right tackle.

At 6’7, 315-pounds, Decker is hulking and very powerful. The Vandalia-Butler High School grad played in all 12 games last season for Ohio State.

Taylor is seeking to replace the beforementioned Fragel, an NFL Draft pick in the 7th round by the Cincinnati Bengals.

The other members of the offensive line include senior Jack Mewhort at left tackle, senior Andrew Norwell at left guard, senior Corey Linsley at center and Sr. Marcus Hall at right guard.

Going into the 2012 season, the Buckeyes offensive line was considered its weakest line as the line underachieved under former line coach Jim Bollman. But the unit came together under the tutelage of Ed Warriner and finished the season as the best in the Big Ten.

Braxton Miller-led Scarlet team beats Gray, 31-14 at Paul Brown Stadium

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Braxton Miller with new hairdo, had a solid day 16 of 25 for 217 yards and 2 touchdowns

CINCINNATI, OHIO — At least for 2013, the Ohio State Spring Football Game moved to a new venue in Paul Brown Stadium, home of the Cincinnati Bengals. Ohio Stadium is undergoing renovations and will be ready for the start of the season in August.

It was a beautiful day, Mostly sunny, windy and 53 degrees; and brought out a nice crowd of 37,643.

The Scarlet team, led by QB Braxton Miller, dominated play all day to the tune of a 31-14 victory in two hours, three minutes.

TEAM STATISTICS

First downs: Scarlet 17 Gray 16

Rushing yards: Gray 88 Scarlet 18

Passing yards: Scarlet 21-34-0 Int, 257 yards Gray 16-30-1 Int, 181 yards

Total offensive yards: Scarlet 275 Gray 269

Third down conversions: Gray 6 of 11 Scarlet 5 of 10

Sacks: Gray 9 for 39 yards Scarlet 2 for 13 yards

Urban Meyer saw much improvement during Spring practices but still needs a punter and right tackle

Scarlet Team Stars of the Game

* QB Braxton Miller, 16 of 25 for 217 yards and 2 touchdowns

* WR Devin Smith, 5 receptions for 76 yards and 1 touchdown

* WR Evan Spencer, 3 receptions for 76 yards, opened the game with a 49-yard reception

* RB Bri’onte Dunn, caught 5 passes for 61 yards

GRAY TEAM Stars of the Game

* QB Kenny Guiton, was 9 of 14 passing for 116 yards and 1 touchdown

* WR Michael Thomas, who always stars in the Spring Game, caught 7 balls for 79 yards and a touchdown

* DL Adolphus Washington, sacked the quarterback 4 times

*DL Noah Spence, harassed the quarterback to earn 3 sacks

 

PHOTOS BY Megasportsnews.com

 

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