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Topic - Domata Peko
Michael Johnson towers over blockers at 6-foot-7. At 6-foot-1, Geno Atkins often is dwarfed on the line. Domata Peko is gregarious. Carlos Dunlap tends to cut off interviews after a few questions.
Players in shorts and T-shirts huddle around defensive captain Domata Peko, who holds up a clipboard loaded with plays and flips to a particular one.
Wayne Hunter remembers the phone call he received from his mother over a year ago, and the helpless feeling that followed.
Gimme head with hair,
Antwan Odom zips around the Cincinnati Bengals' training camp on a two-wheel transport, getting where he wants to go as fast as he can.
Defensive tackle Domata Peko said, "They just beat us today, and we've got to get better."
"I like to lead by example and the way I work," said Peko, who organized the defense's two weeks of workouts at a suburban soccer complex. "I'm on my sixth year this season, so now I can talk without feeling like a young guy. Now I can speak up more and guys seem to respect that, so it's going really well."