Former Bengals wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh is suing two men who allegedly conned him into investing $200,000 in a fraudulent weed business. READ FULL ARTICLE AT SBNATION
by: Dave Clark, firstname.lastname@example.org — Cincinnati Enquirer 1h
The former Bengals receiver reportedly alleges that an investment in a marijuana dispensary was misused.
by: Rebecca Toback — SB Nation: Cincy Jungle 2h
Houshmandzadeh thought he was investing in a weed club, but the duo involved didn’t even have a license to operate a weed club in California.
by: James Rapien — ESPN: ESPN 1530 22 May
I talked with two key pieces of the 2018 Bengals on today's podcast.
by: Laurel Pfahler — WCPO 22 May
Bengals wide receiver John Ross looked sharp after the first day of Organized Team Activities.
by: Paul Daugherty, email@example.com — Cincinnati Enquirer 22 May
Ross says Houshmandzadeh's impact is profound. They worked out for 12 days earlier in spring. They’ll get together 3 or 4 times a week before camp.
by: Matthew Marczi — Steelers Depot 21 May
The Cleveland Browns are surely excited about bringing a pair of top-five draft picks into the fold this year with first-overall quarterback Baker Mayfield and cornerback Denzel Ward at number four, but the Cincinnati Bengals are also looking forward to..
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