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Steelers’ Woodley, several pro celebrities getting involved in PBA


(courtesy Professional Bowlers Tour)

Lamarr Woodley is a linebacker for the Pittsburgh Steelers but he getting involved into the PBA in the Detroit area.

The 28-year-old graduate of the University of Michigan has joined several new owners by getting involved in the eight-team PBA Professional Bowling League that’ll start in January 2013 in the Detroit suburbs.

Woodley, who grew up in Saginaw, Michigan, bowled as a kid, will be the celebrity owner of the Pittsburgh Jack Rabbits.

Jerome Bettis, former running back of the Steelers, former NFL receiver Terrell Owens and LA Clippers point guard Chris Paul will also be involved in the new venue. The PBA has some of its top pros competing on five-man teams in a team format.


Info compiled from PBA Tour, Radio & TV news reports

Owens offered contract to play football indoors


Terrell Owens (file photo)

When NFL teams passed on signing 38-year-old Terrell Owens this past offseason due to surgery on his left knee, everyone thought his football career was over.

The Allen, Texas Wranglers of the Indoor Football League are willing to take a chance on the six-time Pro Bowl receiver.

The Wranglers have offered Owens a contract package worth up to $500,000 for the 2012 season which starts in February.


Info compiled from Radio, TV & Internet news

BENGALS NOTES: Cincinnati 23 Buffalo 20


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The Cincinnati Bengals have quite well in four games without Carson Palmer, Chad Ochocinco and Terrell Owens. They are 2-2 with rookie QB Andy Dalton learning on the job and the defense keeping the team in games.


* Cincinnati never beats Buffalo. Sunday’s win stopped a 10-game losing streak to the Bills. The Bengals had not beaten Buffalo since the 1988 AFC championship game.

* Head coach Marvin Lewis was 3-for-3 in winning all replay challenges.

* Rookie WR A.J. Green has had his ups and downs in 2011 but is a finalist for the NFL’s rookie of the month award for September after leading all rookies with 15 receptions.

The first-round draft pick from Georgia caught four passes for 118 yards, including long receptions for 40 and 56 yards.

* The defense has kept the Bengals in every game this year. Mike Zimmer’s unit has some outstanding stats despite not playing any elite teams as of yet. Their stats are from playing Cleveland, Denver, San Francisco and Buffalo.

They started Sunday’s game being #1 in the NFL in yards per game rush allowed, at 2.9. The bengals have given up 276 yards per game, third fewest in the league, and has allowed the sixth-fewest points (54).

The Bengals allowed Buffalo only 4-of-14 in 3rd down situations, one offensive touchdown, no points in the second half, 273 yards total and just 4 yards per carry (21 carries for 83 yards).

Info compiled from NFL, Cincinnati Bengals & Game stats

Terrelle Pryor signs with agent Drew Rosenhaus


Terrelle Pryor being elusive as usual (photo by

Terrelle Pryor leaves Ohio State as the all-time leading rusher among quarterbacks, with 2,164 yards. He also tied Bobby Hoying’s school touchdown passes record with 57.

The former OSU quarterback on Monday hired Drew Rosenhaus as his agent and is getting ready to play pro football in the NFL or the CFL.

Rosenhaus represents some of the biggest names in pro sports: Terrell Owens, Chad Ochocinco and former OSU teammate Beanie Wells.

Currently with the NFL in a work stoppage for all players, Pryor cannot be signed as a free agent. The league will likely plan a supplemental draft for July or August. The draft will have the same rules as the regular draft in the spring. The team that selects Pryor would give up its pick in the same round in the regular draft for 2012.


Info compiled from staff, Radio & TV news

Benson’s 150 rushing yards helps Bengals end losing skid

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Cedric Benson (file photo)

The Cincinnati Bengals 10-game losing streak started with a 23-20 loss in Cleveland on October 3. The streak matched the 1993 team for the longest losing streak in one season.

It was ironic that the streak ended on Sunday against the same team, the Cleveland Browns. The Browns in October were not a very good team but the team has improved over the season and was favored to beat Cincinnati because most media observers said all week that the Browns running back Peyton Hillis would be unstoppable.

As it turned out, the Bengals running back Cedric Benson was the one who was unstoppable. It was like odd times, as Benson ran past, around, over and through the Cleveland defense for 150 yards on 31 carries, scoring a touchdown as the Cincinnati Bengals beat their Ohio rivals, 19-17 at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati.

With the loss, the Browns secured their 10th losing record in 12 years since they returned as an expansion team.

The Bengals rookie placekicker Clint Stitser looked good again, as he kicked four field goals of 25, 39, 34 and 20 yards. He is seven-for-seven on field goal tries since the Bengals signed him to replace Mike Nugent who was lost with a season-ending injury.

The Browns scored a touchdown on their opening drive on a trick play. The very creative trick play put only three lineman on the line of scrimmage while the other players lined up around the sidelines. Tight end Robert Royal outran the coverage down the sideline for a 20-yard touchdown catch.

The game had a downside, as Bengals receiver Terrell Owens hobbled off the field with a knee injury and is lost for the season.

compiled from staff, NFL & Cincinnati Bengals news

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