CINCINNATI (AP) - About a half-dozen Bengals players showed up at Paul Brown Stadium on Friday afternoon, working out there for the first time since the NFL lockout was lifted.
Punter Kevin Huber went on the field and kicked for 30 minutes. Huber has been having trouble finding places to work out in the past two weeks, with heavy rains flooding fields.
Huber said it was “nice” to get back to the stadium and get back into a routine.
The Bengals didn’t have any organized activities for its players on Friday, when the coaches were preparing for the second day of the draft. They’re expected to have organized workouts next week.
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