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    The Bengals were seen engaging with a top OL prospect."Now that the NFL combine is in the rear view mirror Geno Atkins Jersey , scouts and coaches will be making trips across the country to watch prospects workout up close at their school’s pro days. Tuesday kicked off the pro day circuit with Purdue and Miami (OH) holding their pro days, and a handful more had theirs yesterday. The Bengals had eyes at two pro days in particular.Just a few miles from Paul Brown Stadium, head coach Zac Taylor was seen at the University of Cincinnati’s pro day.Taylor was Cincinnati’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach the season before Luke Fickell took over the Bearcats football team. He hired Doug Rosfeld, who was the university’s director of player development when he and Taylor were both there, as his director of coaching operations just last month, so his connection with the school is clearly still strong.Cincinnati doesn’t have many potential NFL prospects, but one name to remember is defensive tackle Cortez Broughton, who produced at a high level for one of the top defenses in the nation in 2018.Staying in the midwest, the Bengals attended the Kansas State pro day and were seen talking with two of their biggest prospects offensive tackle Dalton Risner and running back Alex Barnes.Risner was a prominent figure at the Senior Bowl back in January and turned in a solid performance at the combine, but Barnes stole the show for the running backs. His 40-yard dash time of 4.59 and his vertical and broad jumps of 38.5 and 126 inches, respectively, were mightily impressive when considering his size at 6’0” and 226 pounds. The Bengals may not need to draft a running back early, but they will definitely be looking for an offensive tackle of Risner’s caliber early in the draft. The four-year starter played all over the Wildcats’ offensive line and is projected to be a late-first or early-second round pick by the time late April arrives. We still have about a month left of pro days to get to, here’s how the full schedule looks:March 7UAB Blazers, 9 a.m.Nebraska Cornhuskers, 2 p.m.Samford Bulldogs, 2 p.m.March 8Maine Black Bears, 8 a.m.New Mexico Lobos, 1 p.m.March 11Arkansas Razorbacks, 9 a.m.Illinois Fighting Illini, 10 a.m.Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders, 10 a.m.Troy Trojans, 10 a.m.Tennessee State Tigers, 2 p.m.Austin Peay Governors, 3 p.m.March 12Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, 9 a.m.Central Arkansas Bears, 10 a.m.Concordia Stingers , 10 a.m.Oklahoma State Cowboys, 10 a.m.Vanderbilt Commodores, 11 a.m.Northwestern Wildcats, 11:30 a.m.New Mexico State Aggies, 12 p.m.Central Oklahoma Bronchos, 2:30 p.m.Kennesaw State Owls, 2:30 p.m.March 13Mercer Bears, 8 a.m.Buffalo Bulls, 8:30 a.m.Marshall Thundering Herd, 9 a.m.Oklahoma Sooners, 10 a.m.Wisconsin Badgers, 11 a.m.Nevada Wolf Pack, 12 p.m.Georgia Southern Eagles, 1:30 p.m.March 14Clemson Tigers, 8 a.m.Tennessee Volunteers, 8 a.m.Central Michigan Chippewas, 10 a.m.Fordham Rams, 10 a.m.Tulsa Golden Hurricane, 10 a.m.Columbia Lions, 11:30 a.m.March 15Michigan Wolverines, 8 a.m.Chattanooga Mocs, 8:30 a.m.West Georgia Wolves, 8:30 a.m.Princeton Tigers, 1 p.m.Georgia State Panthers, 1:30 p.m.Oregon State Beavers, 2 p.m.Texas State Bobcats Womens Andy Dalton Jersey , 2 p.m.March 18Pittsburg State Gorillas , 10 a.m.Michigan State Spartans, 11:30 a.m.Syracuse Orange, 12:15 p.m.Pennsylvania Quakers, 12:30 p.m.Fresno State Bulldogs, 1:45 p.m.ULM Warhawks, 2 p.m.March 19Albany Great Danes, 8:30 a.m.Bowling Green Falcons, 8:30 a.m.North Carolina A&T Aggies, 10 a.m.Penn State Nittany Lions, 10 a.m.Alabama Crimson Tide, 12 p.m.Sacramento State Hornets, 12 p.m.Toledo Rockets, 12:30 p.m.California-Davis Aggies, 4 p.m.Louisiana Tech Bulldogs, TBDMarch 20Duquesne Dukes, 7 a.m.Georgia Bulldogs, 9 a.m.Missouri Western Griffons, 9 a.m.Wake Forest Demon Deacons, 9 a.m.Northwestern State Demons, 9:15 a.m.Baylor Bears, 9:30 a.m.Notre Dame Fighting Irish, 10 a.m.Pittsburgh Panthers, 10 a.m.Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, 10 a.m.USC Trojans, 10:30 a.m.Boston College Eagles, 1 p.m.Louisiana Ragin Cajuns, 3 p.m.Ohio State Buckeyes, TBDMarch 21Grand Valley State Lakers, 8 a.m.South Carolina Gamecocks, 8 a.m.West Virginia Mountaineers, 8 a.m.Louisville Cardinals, 9 a.m.Missouri Tigers, 9 a.m.McNeese State Cowboys, 9:30 a.m.Massachusetts Minutemen, 10 a.m.Murray State Racers, 10 a.m.Sam Houston State Bearkats, 10:15 a.m.Azusa Pacific Cougars, 11:30 a.m.California Golden Bears, 1 p.m.Tulane Green Wave, 1 p.m.Western Michigan Broncos, 1 p.m.Gannon Golden Knights, 4 p.m.March 22Akron Zips, 8 a.m.Delaware Fightin’ Blue Hens, 8 a.m.Eastern Michigan Eagles, 8 a.m.Citadel Bulldogs, 8:30 a.m.Charlotte 49ers, 8:30 a.m.Youngstown State Penguins, 8:30 a.m.LSU Tigers, 9 a.m.Kentucky Wildcats, 9:15 p.m.Central Connecticut State Blue Devils, 10 a.m.Kent State Golden Flashes, 1 p.m.San Diego State Aztecs Womens A.J. Green Jersey , 1:30 p.m.Southern Jaguars, 3 p.m.March 25Villanova Wildcats, 8 a.m.South Alabama Jaguars, 9 a.m.Texas Tech Red Raiders, 11 a.m.Western Illinois Leathernecks, 11:30 a.m.North Carolina Tar Heels, 1 p.m.Old Dominion Monarchs, 1 p.m.UNLV Rebels, 1:15 p.m.West Florida Argonauts, 2 p.m.Prairie View A&M Panthers, 3 p.m.Southern Miss Golden Eagles, 3 p.m.Rice Owls, 9:15 p.m.Iowa Hawkeyes, TBDMarch 26FIU Panthers, 8 a.m.Richmond Spiders, 8 a.m.Iowa St. Cyclones, 8:30 a.m.Texas A&M Aggies, 9:15 a.m.Southeast Missouri State Redhawks, 11 a.m.UCF Knights, 11:30 a.m.Morgan State Bears, 12 p.m.Duke Blue Devils, 12 p.m.Monmouth Hawks, 1:30 p.m.Florida Atlantic Owls, 2 p.m.James Madison Dukes, 2 p.m.Northern Iowa Panthers, 4:30 p.m.Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners, 4:30 p.m.Campbell Fighting Camels, 6 p.m.March 27Connecticut Huskies, 8 a.m.Incarnate Word Cardinals, 8 a.m.Kansas Jayhawks, 8 a.m.Maryland Terrapins, 8 a.m.Stony Brook Seawolves, 8 a.m.Florida Gators, 8:30 a.m.Memphis Tigers, 8:30 a.m.Lamar Cardinals, 9 a.m.Mississippi St. Bulldogs, 9 a.m.Minnesota Golden Gophers, 10 a.m.Utah State Aggies, 10 a.m.Arizona State Sun Devils, 11 a.m.N.C. State Wolfpack, 11 a.m.Jacksonville Dolphins, 3 p.m.Texas Longhorns, 3 p.m.Delta State Statesmen, 3:30 p.m.March 28Arkansas State Red Wolves, 8:15 a.m.Dartmouth Big Green, 9 a.m.Towson Tigers, 9 a.m.Houston Cougars, 9:30 a.m.SMU Mustangs, 10 a.m.Tennessee-Martin Skyhawks, 10 a.m.Utah Utes, 10 a.m.North Dakota State Bison, 10:15 a.m.Ohio University Bobcats, 11:30 a.m.Florida State Seminoles , 1 p.m.Bryant Bulldogs, 2 p.m.North Texas Mean Green, 3 p.m.March 29Ole Miss Rebels, 9 a.m.South Florida Bulls, 9 a.m.South Dakota State Jackrabbits, 9:30 a.m.TCU Horned Frogs, 9:30 a.m.Bethune-Cookman Wildcats, 10 a.m.BYU Cougars, 10:30 a.m.Virginia Tech Hokies, 10:30 a.m.April 1Indiana State Sycamores, 9 a.m.Washington Huskies, 2 p.m.April 2Indiana Hoosiers, 11:45 a.m.Boise State Broncos, 12:30 p.m.April 3Ball State Cardinals, 9 a.m.Washington State Cougars, 1 p.m.April 4Stanford Cardinal, 12 p.m.Eastern Washington Eagles, 1 p.m INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Marvin Lewis expects his defense to play aggressively.It also comes with a danger — as the Cincinnati Bengals found out Sunday.They overcame the first-quarter ejection of safety Shawn Williams and three more personal foul calls during the season opener to hold on for a 34-23 victory after Williams’ replacement jarred the ball loose and returned a fumble 83 yards for a touchdown with 24 seconds left at Indianapolis“There’s a lot of stuff we can do better. Too many penalties in critical situations,” Lewis said. “We did a nice job with that all summer and now, today, it cropped in there, so it really could have hurt us.”Williams was tossed in the first quarter after helmet-to-helmet contact with Colts QB Andrew Luck — becoming the first player to be ejected this season.The NFL has sent a clear message to players everywhere that it intends to eliminate dangerous hits.And for a while, it looked as if the Bengals would pay a steep price with eight penalties, three of which led to first downs.Somehow, they managed to regain their composure, avoided any defensive penalties in the fourth quarter and overcome the loss of Williams to snap an eight-game losing streak at Indy.Oddly enough, Clayton Fejedelem, Williams’ replacement, wound up saving the game after Pro Bowl tight end Jack Doyle appeared to convert a third-and-15 into a first down by contorting his body around the Bengals 15-yard line.Instead, Fejedelem, the second defender on the play, delivered a textbook lesson by knocking the ball out, quickly scooping it up and sprinting down the sideline for the clinching score.“You don’t get time to hiccup or flinch,” Lewis said. “You’ve just got to keep playing.”The Colts learned that lesson the hard way, too.After taking a 23-10 lead midway through the third quarter, it appeared the Colts might finally end the second-half troubles from last season. This time, they unraveled again.A.J. Green split Indy’s two deep safeties — Clayton Geathers and Malik Hooker — for a 38-yard TD catch and after Adam Vinatieri’s rare miss on a 55-yard field goal, the Bengals capitalized by driving for Joe Mixon’s leaping 1-yard score to take the lead. Indy was called for three defensive penalties on the second series, including an inexplicable pass interference call on Geathers on third-and-15.“I thought we played good, just penalties in the end killed us,” Colts defensive end Margus Hunt said after recording two sacks against his former team. “We just need to keep playing football.”SECOND CHANCEDoyle has been one of the Colts’ most reliable players over the past few seasons.So the fumble was out of character and teammates quickly came to his defense, starting with Luck.“Jack cares about this game as much as any guy I’ve ever played around,” he said. “He’s an incredible person, an incredible teammates and he’s a great friend. So you give him a big hug. He’s going to be all right. He’s going to be fine.”NEW OFFENSESThe Bengals and Colts have new offensive coordinators and revamped offensive lines, and both showed promise after slow starts.Andy Dalton and Luck were each picked off on their first passes of the afternoon before settling down and delivering more typical performances.Luck was 39 of 53 with 319 yards and two touchdowns in his first regular season start since having shoulder surgery in January 2017. Dalton was 21 of 28 with 243 yards and two scores.Each was sacked twice.GIVING IT AWAYThe Colts lost seven halftime leads in 2017, falling one game short of matching the NFL record.And a coaching change didn’t help Indy find its finishing touch Sunday. The Colts gave up 24 points over the final 20 minutes, allowing the Bengals to spoil Luck’s long-awaited return.TOUGH GRINDWhile the passing games appeared to be in sync, the ground games left more to be desired.Mixon carried 17 times for 95 yards , but the Bengals only had three other rushing attempts and wound up with 101 yards.Indy, meanwhile, relied heavily on rookies Jordan Wilkins and Nyheim Hines in their pro debuts. Wilkins carried 14 times for 49 yards, while Hines had five attempts for 19 yards and caught seven passes for 33 yards.Both teams need to be more effective on the ground this season.

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