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June 7, 2005

By Chick Ludwig
For Sporting News

A first critical look at the 2005 Bengals:

BURNING QUESTION

Has the defense improved enough to support the high-powered offense and help the team land a playoff berth?

Rookie linebackers David Pollack and Odell Thurman bring talent and spirit to the defense, which has a veteran line. The defense is better equipped to contain the run, pressure the quarterback and create more interceptions. It has more skill and versatility than it had a year ago, which should make the playoffs a reachable goal.

WHAT'S NEW

For some players, Cincinnati used to be the NFL equivalent of Siberia. It was the place quarterbacks went to die, draft picks sought to avoid and free agents used for leverage to get bigger deals elsewhere.

Not anymore. Not with third-year coach and sheriff Marvin Lewis running the town. He made franchise quarterback Carson Palmer his first draft pick in 2003, setting in motion a massive rebuilding process that is nearly complete.

Under Lewis, the Bengals are 16-16. In the 32 games before him, the club was 8-24. With a powerful offense led by Palmer, running back Rudi Johnson and wide receivers Chad Johnson and T.J. Houshmandzadeh and a defense improved ostensibly by Pollack and Thurman, Lewis has goals that go well beyond a .500 record.

"(Team president) Mike Brown and I both have expectations, and they're as high as they can get," Lewis says. "We want to be Super Bowl champions."

Before the Bengals can dream of the Super Bowl, they must first put together a winning season. They haven't done that since 1990, when they last reached the playoffs. One key is a fast start. Now that Palmer has a year of experience, the hope is the team can avoid a third consecutive 1-4 start.

GAME PLAN

For a defensive guru, Lewis sure likes to go on the offensive. His idea of fun is building a lead by fast-breaking down the field with a vertical passing assault, then squeezing opponents lifeless in the fourth quarter with ball-control, clock-killing efficiency.

For that strategy to work, the defense must put the offense in better position to score. By signing free-agent defensive tackle Bryan Robinson and drafting Georgia's Pollack and Thurman, the club took major steps toward fixing the run defense. The faster, more physical unit should generate turnovers.

Motivated. Organized. Intense. That's Lewis, who pays attention to detail and is driven to have his team better prepared than its opponent. He comes to life in 3-D -- dedication, discipline and desire -- and demands the same from his assistants.

He occasionally displays a temper. Unable to stomach his defense finishing in the bottom fourth of the league against the run during his first two seasons, Lewis fired coordinator Leslie Frazier and promoted Chuck Bresnahan, a former coordinator for the Raiders, to that role.

A graduate of the Naval Academy, Bresnahan has been described as "an officer and an SOB." He guarantees his players will show energy and enthusiasm. Lewis called Bresnahan's promotion "a big moment for us and a defining moment for myself."

Offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski and offensive line coach Paul Alexander are no-nonsense teachers. Lewis and his staff did a better job in '04 than in '03, somehow keeping the squad together in the face of numerous injuries. Now, they must make the next and biggest step -- to the playoffs.

SPOTLIGHT PLAYERS

QB Carson Palmer: Palmer's right arm will rule the Queen City through at least the 2008 season. Chad Johnson and Rudi Johnson are under contract through 2009, and Houshmandzadeh is signed through 2008. With the primary skill players on board for the long term, the offense appears to be in good shape.

Palmer, cagey backup Jon Kitna and capable No. 3 Casey Bramlet have settled into their roles. Palmer spent his rookie season wearing a ball cap and soaking up Kitna's knowledge. Taking over as the starter in 2004, Palmer was inconsistent early, throwing some interceptions with forced passes. And then the light went on.

In the last six games Palmer played (Games 8-13) before he suffered a knee sprain, the club went 4-2. The comparisons to Troy Aikman were renewed, especially after he rallied the team to a 27-26 victory at Baltimore with three fourth quarter TD passes.

In addition to his fine arm, poise and leadership, Palmer has the mobility to avoid the rush and make accurate throws on the run. He also knows when to add zip and when to take his velocity down a notch.

RB Rudi Johnson: Assistant coach Jim Anderson trusted his eyes when he scouted Chris Perry, so the club made him a first-round pick in 2004. Instead of getting a versatile inside-outside threat to complement the bruising Johnson, the Bengals got the draft's biggest bust.

Slowed by a hamstring pull, then stopped by a hernia that required offseason surgery, Perry faces a future as muddy as the Ohio River. Luckily for the Bengals, they don't need him. Johnson stepped out of the shadow of Corey Dillon, who was traded to New England, and ran for a club-record 1,454 yards last season.

Johnson's running style is far from elegant. With his low center of gravity, thickness through the hips and ability to keep his feet churning on contact, he's a sledgehammer who won't go down without a crowd of tacklers. He also is durable and has vision.

He's fun to watch -- the fans chant, "Ru-di! Ru-di! -- partly because he can slam into the line and suddenly pop out. He doesn't have great speed, but he can bounce outside and break long runs.

WRs Chad Johnson and T.J. Houshmandzadeh: Johnson talks the talk and, on most Sundays, walks the walk. The only time he was MIA last season was at Cleveland. After he sent the Browns' defensive backs bottles of Pepto-Bismol, he turned in a Pepto-Abysmal performance.

Nobody else shut him down. Despite constant double- and triple-teams, Johnson caught 95 passes for 1,274 yards and nine touchdowns. He combines skills -- good burst, great hands and special concentration -- with unbridled enthusiasm. Once he catches a pass, he squares his shoulders and darts downfield. He also works the sideline well. To complete his game and become the league's top wideout, he needs to be a more aggressive, consistent blocker.

Big things are expected from Houshmandzadeh now that he's firmly entrenched as the No. 2 receiver behind Johnson. He lacks top-end speed but is a smooth, fluid route runner with good hands, quickness and body control. He has a knack for finding openings in the secondary and making leaping catches in traffic. He piles up yards after the catch because of his strength and determination. The fact that he'll never be double-teamed as long as Johnson is on the field makes him a dangerous possession receiver.

DAN POMPEI'S TAKE

Look for Palmer to deliver in his second season as a starter. If the Bengals "D" can pick it up, this team can make a lot of noise. Prediction: 9-7 (1st/AFC North).

FANTASY SOURCE SPIN

Stud: WR Chad Johnson. He hasn't missed a game the past three years and has put up at least 90 catches, 1,274 yards and nine touchdowns in each of the past two seasons. At 27, he should be in his prime.

Sleeper: Palmer. The third year often is the breakout season for receivers. What about quarterbacks? Palmer is one of this year's most intriguing middle-round draft options.

Stumbler: WR Peter Warrick. This elusive possession receiver is not a good fit with Palmer, a strong-armed quarterback, and he has lost his starting job to Houshmandzadeh.

FALL FORECAST

The Bengals have the NFL's longest current streak of playoff-less seasons at 14, so it's insane to think they have a chance to dethrone the Patriots as AFC champions. The offense is loaded with firepower, but the defense must be fixed -- and it's going to take more personnel work.

But the unit should be improved enough under Bresnahan to help deliver a 9-7 record that will be good enough to put the team in the playoffs. Finally. However, dreams of a Super Bowl berth are unrealistic for now.
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Bengals Team Report

6/12/2005
By Chick Ludwig
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The top two draft picks, LBs David Pollack and Odell Thurman, have seized starting positions in the wake of Kevin Hardy's release and Landon Johnson's rehabilitation from shoulder surgery. Both have picked up the defense quickly, and the chemistry they developed as teammates at Georgia has carried over because they communicate so well. Thurman has a natural feel for the middle and is comfortable there. He's showing excellent speed, quickness and instincts in his ability to find the ball and clog the middle. . . .

As the only veteran not participating in voluntary workouts, DE Duane Clemons is on the hot seat. RE Robert Geathers and LE Justin Smith are the starters now, so Clemons has a lot of ground to make up. He's still an effective pass rusher, but his struggles against the run forced him out of the starting lineup. If he makes the team, he'll have to accept a reduced role. . . .

Keep an eye on tiny WR Jamall Broussard (5-9, 175), who re-signed with the club after Carolina plucked him off the practice squad last season. Broussard is a speedy, crafty player whose size makes him ideally suited for the slot. He'll struggle against physical corners who jam him at the line of scrimmage. So it's important for the club to be creative and get him the ball in space, where he can use his electrifying stop-and-start quickness and acceleration. If he improves his concentration and ball security, and his strengths are utilized, Broussard can become a star.

SCOUTING REPORT: OLB Marcus Wilkins, the club's leading tackler on special teams in 2004, played so well in kickoff and punt coverage that he's earned the right to get more chances in the base defense. He's quick off the ball, shows an explosive first step and has a nice closing burst to the quarterback. His speed allows him to be effective in space, but he struggles to fight through traffic when he's forced to take on blocks from massive offensive linemen. Wilkins has added some bulk but kept all his quickness. That will help him become a more productive run stopper. He'll back up Pollack on the strong side and continue in his role as a gunner in coverage.

REHAB UPDATE: All indications are that WR Peter Warrick and TB Chris Perry won't be medically cleared for the club's mandatory full-squad minicamp (June 17-19). However, both are expected to be 100 percent by the July 29 start of training camp. Warrick, who is recovering from a shin fracture below his left knee and soreness in his right knee, is expected to be the No. 3 receiver operating from the slot. His devastating quickness presents matchup problems for linebackers and safeties. Perry, who underwent two surgeries for a sports hernia, must lose 10 pounds in order to regain the speed he's lost. A valuable weapon as a runner and receiver when healthy, he'll provide a change of pace as the top backup to bruising TB Rudi Johnson.

OFFENSIVE TACKLES ANALYSIS: Grade: A-. LT Levi Jones and Pro Bowl RT Willie Anderson are strong, athletic bookends who excel in protecting QB Carson Palmer and opening holes for TB Rudi Johnson. Stacy Andrews and Adam Kieft should be solid backups.
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Merci mon gars.

Maintenant que Carson a de l'expérience, ça doit etre LA SAISON.
C'est cette année qu'on a raison.

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Moi j'aime bien Carson je pense que cette saison il va vraiment commencer à devenir régulier car il commence à avoir de l'expérience et avec Chad Johnson ils vont former un beau duo.
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Pour une fois... je vais rien dire.

mais je n'en pense pas moins.
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Moi si je vais quand même dire quelque chose:

Et la défense?

Et même Rudi J, maintenant qu il a les poches pleine de pognon il va trainer les pattes.....
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Tak, tu as remarqué que je deviens de plus en plus optimiste en offseason. Comme toi. Tu crois que c'est signe que je deviens vieux ? Laughing

Bon, mon garsMoragan, on a drafté 2 rookies qui sont déjà titulaires en défense. Le "noyau" reste inchangé. Et ne te moque pas trop de notre défense, celle de ton équipe favorite a regardé passer les ballons dans les airs, avec 253 yards encaissés par match, 2ème pire total de NFL (non, la pire c'est pas les Bengals, ils sont 13ème Smile )
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Je sais plus où j'ai lu ça, probablement sur le site officiel des Bengals...

L'un des joueurs les plus craints des années 90, Greg Lloyd a été contacté par le staff pour servir de mentor à nos nouveaux LBs.

Ce serait dommage que son expérience ne serve à personne. J'ai adoré ce joueur. thumleft
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Je sais plus où j'ai lu ça, probablement sur le site officiel des Bengals...

L'un des joueurs les plus craints des années 90, Greg Lloyd a été contacté par le staff pour servir de mentor à nos nouveaux LBs.

Ce serait dommage que son expérience ne serve à personne. J'ai adoré ce joueur. thumleft

Aah, la grande école de plaquage de Pittburgh... Remarque, elle tourne toujours. Mais bon, chez les Steelers, la nostalgie c'est une tradition.
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Bengals Team Report

6/19/2005

By Chick Ludwig
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Strong safety is the most open position on the team. Anthony Mitchell and Kim Herring are battling for the right to complement FS Madieu Williams in the starting lineup. Mitchell has the edge because he's more physical and durable than Herring. But don't forget about Reggie Myles. The ex-cornerback is a fearless, aggressive player who gained 10 pounds to push his weight to 195. He needed the added bulk to be able to tackle the big backs in the AFC North. . . .

Keep an eye on CB Brandon Williams, who ran a 4.3 40-yard dash in recent tests. Williams, a waiver pickup from the Falcons who spent the final eight weeks of the 2004 season on the Bengals' practice squad, has improved dramatically this offseason. He's a willing tackler who is doing a better job of tracking the ball in the air. With his speed and quickness, Williams has a chance to become the club's fourth corner behind Tory James, Deltha O'Neal and Keiwan Ratliff.

SCOUTING REPORT: TB Kenny Watson is a solid special teams player who has an excellent chance to unseat Chris Perry as Rudi Johnson's top backup. Watson has good size and power and has worked hard to improve his speed and ability to catch the ball out of the backfield. He runs with good body lean and has a natural feel for the passing game, but he needs to show better concentration and ball security. If he can conquer that part of his game and become more reliable, he'll get an opportunity to contribute on third-down passing situations.

OFFENSIVE ADJUSTMENTS: The unit is built around strong-armed QB Carson Palmer, and coordinator Bob Bratkowski is determined to open things up and allow his gunslinger to use all the weapons surrounding him. The club wants to build leads with a quick-strike passing game and then milk the clock in the fourth quarter by having bruising TB Rudi Johnson move the chains. The attack mode will include an empty backfield, three wideouts and two tight ends for a seven-man protection scheme that will give Palmer the time to find Chad Johnson, T.J. Houshmandzadeh and either Peter Warrick or Kelley Washington.

INSIDE DISH: The Bengals, Eagles and Dolphins are showing the most interest in former USC defensive tackle Manuel Wright. The 6-6, 310-pound player recently visited Cincinnati in preparation for the July 14 supplemental draft. Wright dominated at times in a backup role behind Shaun Cody. He opted for the late draft when he learned he wouldn't be academically eligible for the 2005 college season. Wright shows good balance and lateral quickness for a player of his size. The Bengals could use him because Matthias Askew, a fourth-round pick in 2004, has been plagued by knee and ankle injuries.

WIDE RECEIVERS ANALYSIS: Grade: A. Chad Johnson and T.J. Houshmandzadeh are a formidable 1-2 punch for a unit that added depth in the draft. Peter Warrick is due to be healthy by training camp
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http://www.daytondailynews.com/sports/content/sports/bengals/daily/0621krenzelweb.html


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Ouais, c'est étrange...
Monsieur Branlette avait l'air de pas trop mal marcher en NFL Europe.

Mais ça vaut peut etre le coup de tenter une compétition entre les 2 gars pour savoir qui sera le N°2 l'an prochain...

Pour toi, Vince, sache que Chris Perry revient en forme. Il peut ré-éditer les perfs de Rudi si celui-ci se blesse.
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Ouais ben c'est bien ce que je dis, une defense avec des LBs comme vous avez , les equipes que vous allez rencontrer elles vont vous marcher dessus plutôt que de passer. POurquoi prendre des risques dans les airs quand au sol ca passe?

En tout cas, ON a pris plus de yds mais bien moins de points sur l'ensemble d ela saison (19,6 contre 23,2), et puis on a mangé 19 Tds par la passe quand les Bengals en ont mangé 23...et ainsi de suite.....
MArvin L, pour ne pas le nommer, cherchait à tout prix à acheter des LBs avec experience (Farrior, Boulware,....) pour justement redonner un petit semblant d'allant sur le Front 7....
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moragan a écrit:
Ouais ben c'est bien ce que je dis, une defense avec des LBs comme vous avez , les equipes que vous allez rencontrer elles vont vous marcher dessus plutôt que de passer. POurquoi prendre des risques dans les airs quand au sol ca passe?

En tout cas, ON a pris plus de yds mais bien moins de points sur l'ensemble d ela saison (19,6 contre 23,2), et puis on a mangé 19 Tds par la passe quand les Bengals en ont mangé 23...et ainsi de suite.....
MArvin L, pour ne pas le nommer, cherchait à tout prix à acheter des LBs avec experience (Farrior, Boulware,....) pour justement redonner un petit semblant d'allant sur le Front 7....

C'est sur qu'avec 2 LBs rookie titulaires, y a un risque évident. Mais ça peut pas être pire finalement que l'année dernière. Maintenant si Pollack et Thurman ont les capacités pour exceller en NFL, ce sera un mal pour un bien et on en tirera les dividendes sous peu.

Alors c'est vrai que Lewis a essayé d'enroler Jamie Sharper pour fixer le poste de MLB avant la draft mais il a aussi décidé de ne pas "surpayer" un trentenaire si bon soit il. Maintenant Sharper est à Seattle et on verra bien ce que ça va donner. En tout cas, il se dit que Odell Thurman avait le talent pour partir au 1er tour mais que certains "bagages" ont refroidit plus d'une franchise.
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Citation :
En tout cas, il se dit que Odell Thurman avait le talent pour partir au 1er tour mais que certains "bagages" ont refroidit plus d'une franchise.

Takeo qui ? Wink

et puis, pour qui il se prend ce Moragan, il sait pas que c'est notre période à nous, Fans des Bengals où la vie est belle, où ce sont eux les meilleurs, où le SuperBowl est à portée de balle...de quoi j'me mêle !

d'ailleurs, on est les 3 en ligne ! salut
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Une ligne de 3... C'est une défense en 3-4 alors.

Sinon, Kelley semble etre le gars en trop dans l'escouade de receveurs.
Bien dommage tout ça
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Moragan a raison. Votre defense est vraiment pourrie, et le 11 septembre c'est pas des boeings mais des tonnes de crotins du Dawg Pound qui vont s'abattre sur vos faces.

Le seul qui puisse vous sauver cette annee, c'est Craig Krenzel.
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Une ligne de 3... C'est une défense en 3-4 alors.

Sinon, Kelley semble etre le gars en trop dans l'escouade de receveurs.
Bien dommage tout ça

Ca m'étonnerait qu'il soit coupé vu que Warrick dégage (enfin !) l'année prochaine. On en aura besoin en 2006.
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Bon OK je vous laisse jusqu'à votre 1er match de présaison pour rêver mais après la dure réalité du terrain va vous rattraper.....
Pollack je le sens bien tout casser....
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Bengals Team Report

6/26/2005

By Chick Ludwig
Dayton Daily News

The acquisition of QB Craig Krenzel off waivers from the Bears strengthens the position and heats up the competition with Casey Bramlet for the No. 3 job behind starter Carson Palmer and backup Jon Kitna. Krenzel's arrival likely spells doom for undrafted rookie Josh Haldi because there aren't enough snaps for five QBs at training camp. Krenzel lacks arm strength and his accuracy suffers at times, but the experience he received as a rookie starter in Chicago, coupled with his leadership skills, high intelligence and gritty determination are major pluses. The club appreciated Bramlet's willingness to go to Europe, where he showed excellent improvement. But the team wants to give Krenzel a chance to prove himself as a worthy backup. . . .

One of the goals in drafting WRs Chris Henry and Tab Perry was to light a fire under third-year vet Kelley Washington. So far, so good. Washington is running more disciplined routes while showing good hands and fine speed. As good as he looks, Washington's inability to play special teams could cost him a job. One-dimensional receivers are a luxury the team can't afford.

SCOUTING REPORT:Despite losing his starting job to Justin Smith, LE Duane Clemons remains an important part of the team because of his versatility to play on either side. He's a skilled, upfield pass rusher who is best in space. He has a quick first step, uses his hands well and gets good separation. He has a fine closing burst to the quarterback, can chase down ball carriers from the backside and shows good pursuit. But Clemons doesn't have great lower-body strength, which causes him to struggle at times when teams pound the ball at him. He still reads and reacts well, and has learned to play with good leverage. He has a chance to excel in a backup role behind Smith and RE Robert Geathers because he won't take the pounding as an every-down end.

COACH UNDER PRESSURE: Linebackers coach Ricky Hunley's job is by no means in jeopardy. The ex-NFL star is an intense, knowledgeable and highly-motivated teacher. But the mere fact he's grooming so much young talent in an effort to improve the league's 26th-ranked run defense means he's firmly under head coach Marvin Lewis' microscope. With two new starters in LLB David Pollack and MLB Odell Thurman, plus three second-year backups in Landon Johnson, Caleb Miller and Larry Stevens, Hunley must bring the unit up to speed quickly. He'll lean on veteran RLB Brian Simmons' leadership skills to keep the unit glued together. Hunley will carry out coordinator Chuck Bresnahan's wishes to keep the scheme simple. Pollack and Thurman are active players who bring the kind of speed and intensity that will give the unit some play-making personality.

INSIDE DISH: The agent for Pro Bowl RT Willie Anderson recently met with management to propose an extension for the 10-year veteran. Anderson, who turns 30 on July 11, has two years remaining on his current contract at base salaries of $3.85 million (2005) and $4.75 million (2006). His agent wants a five-year extension that would make Anderson a Bengal through 2011, but the club is more interested in a three-year deal in the $10 million range. A lot hinges on how Anderson recovers from offseason surgery to repair torn cartilage in his right knee. He's due to be 100 percent for training camp. Anderson has been a great player and model citizen, so negotiations won't turn ugly. The two sides are talking, and that's a positive sign.

TIGHT ENDS ANALYSIS: GRADE C Reggie Kelly, Matt Schobel and Tony Stewart don't catch a lot of passes, but their stellar blocking helps protect QB Carson Palmer and spring TB Rudi Johnson.
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Allez...
Un beau geste, Mike Brown !
Un contrat de 4 ans pour Willie Anderson. Il finit sa carrière chez nous et on n'en parle plus.

Il faut remercier les gars qui sont là depuis longtemps et n'ont pas fait les pleureuses.
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Un beau geste, Mike Brown !
Un contrat de 4 ans pour Willie Anderson. Il finit sa carrière chez nous et on n'en parle plus.

Il faut remercier les gars qui sont là depuis longtemps et n'ont pas fait les pleureuses.

c'est vrai qu'on ne le fait pas assez souvent! cheers
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Bengals Team Report

7/3/2005

By Chick Ludwig
Dayton Daily News

Getting TB Chris Perry healthy for the preseason schedule is a high priority because he's needed as a change-of-pace back to take the pressure off starter Rudi Johnson. Perry, who is recovering from two offseason hernia surgeries, needs to lose five pounds to reach 220 and re-gain the quickness he showed in limited duty as a 2004 rookie. A healthy Perry will be a valuable weapon in a high-powered passing attack because he's a reliable receiver on third down who can make defenders miss with his shifty moves. . . .

LG Eric Steinbach has spent extra time in the weight room, working to improve his upper-body strength. The team's quickest offensive lineman, Steinbach excels at pulling and trapping to help clear paths in the running game. His improved strength will enable him to become a more physical blocker. . . .

Look for DT Shaun Smith to play a bigger role in the run defense in the wake of Matthias Askew's ankle injury. Smith is a rugged player who gets instant leverage with his strength and low center of gravity. He's doing a good job of taking on multiple blockers and maintaining his gap. He joins Langston Moore in the rotation behind starters Bryan Robinson and John Thornton.

SCOUTING REPORT: Rookie DE Jonathan Fanene, a seventh-round draft pick from Utah, has a chance to become a key backup because of his versatility. He's quick enough to play end and tough enough to move inside at tackle. He's strong, intense and athletic enough to both rush the quarterback and drop into coverage on the zone blitz. He's big and physical, but very raw. He has a lot to learn technique-wise and will struggle against massive offensive tackles. He needs to get better leverage and improve his lateral quickness in order to shut down the outside run. His potential is immense, and that's what makes him so appealing. His best football is ahead of him.

SOMETHING TO PROVE: WR Peter Warrick is under intense pressure and scrutiny as he enters the final year of his six-year contract. He's worked hard to rehabilitate a small shin fracture below his left knee that limited him to four games in 2004, and he must stay healthy in order to remain on the squad. If successful, he'll join Chad Johnson and T.J. Houshmandzadeh to form a terrific trio of receivers. A healthy Warrick is an explosive playmaker who can turn a 5-yard route into a 50-yard gain. However, if he can't run and cut the way he used to, he'll likely be sent packing. He's too expensive to keep around if he can't produce.

INSIDE DISH: Bengals WR Chad Johnson, who hooked up with agent Drew Rosenhaus in the offseason, is sending mixed signals about his contract situation. In 2003, the club handed him a $25 million extension that keeps him in Cincinnati through 2009. But the two-time Pro Bowl receiver with three straight 1,000-yard seasons may look to renegotiate as early as 2006. Will he be the next T.O.? Stay tuned.

RUNNING BACKS ANALYSIS: Grade: B. Rudi Johnson is a stud who moves the chains and gets stronger as a game wears on, but the jury is out on backup Chris Perry, who is rehabbing from two offseason hernia surgeries. Kenny Watson and Quincy Wilson are solid but unspectacular.
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Updating previous reports, the two-year contract C Rich Braham signed with the Cincinnati Bengals included base salaries of $765,000 (2005) and $770,000 (2006).


OK, à ce prix là, c'est plutot gentil. Merci à Rich de vouloir finir sa carrière sans meme toucher 1 million, alors qu'il pourrait se prévaloir d'avoir blocké pour pas mal de saisons à 1000 yards au sol pour les RBs.

ça s'annonce sous de bons auspices (hospices, on verra pour Rich après 2006 !). Une transition en douceur avec Ghiaciuc ou Wilkerson. Et donc, une alchimie avec le mec qui leur met la main (les mains) au cul pendant quelques années.
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