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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - A.J. Green
Quarterback Aaron Murray still has some convincing to do after undergoing reconstructive knee surgery in late November.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — T.Y Hilton's fingerprints are all over Indianapolis' resurgence.
They committed three turnovers, blew a 17-point lead and gave up a long touchdown pass on the final play of regulation. And still, the defending Super Bowl champions prevailed, as Justin Tucker kicked a 46-yard field goal with 5:27 left in overtime to give Baltimore a 20-17 win over Cincinnati on Sunday.
An MRI found that Bengals All-Pro receiver A.J. Green has a bruised knee that will force him to miss several days of practice.
A.J. Green doesn't really care about the Cincinnati Bengals' woeful past. The wide receiver wasn't part of it and hasn't really taken the time to study it.
A.J. Green was partly correct. The defending Super Bowl champions do have a lot of holes on the defense.
A quarter-by-quarter recap of the Redskins' 38-31 loss to the Bengals.
The Pittsburgh Steelers played like they're ready for December and beyond, making Cincinnati's hot start a distant memory in the process.
Browns first-year coach Pat Shurmur has accepted responsibility for the quick-snap play the Cincinnati Bengals used to beat Cleveland in the season opener.
A.J. Green has put the buzz in the Bengals' training camp.
Wide receiver A.J. Green, the Bengals' first-round draft choice, has agreed to terms on a four-year contract and should be on hand Friday, when Cincinnati opens training camp in Kentucky.
Finished answering questions in front of all the television cameras, quarterback Andy Dalton stole a private moment with new Bengals teammate Dontay Moch.
A.J. Green tweets maybe once a week. He doesn't preen or celebrate. In many ways, he's the opposite of Chad Ochocinco.
For all the justifiable criticism of those who run big-time college athletics, you've got to give 'em this: They don't make much of an effort to hide the hypocrisy.
Even though the decision seemed obvious, A.J. Green called it one of the most difficult he's ever had to make.
"He's doing everything you'd hope to see from an NFL quarterback," Green said. "He's going to have a lot of success in the league."
Cincinnati wide receiver A.J. Green, the fourth selection in 2011, has acknowledged he's not in a rush.