Bengals News (7/16): Dey Drinkin for Kenny Anderson

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Bengals great Ken Anderson opens coffee shop, providing work for adults with disabilities
Just Brew offers everything you love about a neighborhood coffee shop, with the added bonus of providing work opportunities for adults with disabilities.

New 16 Lots Dey Drinkin’ beer honors Bengals legend Ken Anderson
Mason-based 16 Lots Brewing debuts Kenny’s Dey Drinkin’ Lager, celebrating Ken Anderson’s 16-year career with the Cincinnati Bengals. A portion of the proceeds from each sale of Kenny’s Dey Drinkin’ Lager will be donated to KAA.

Running Back Rankings: The 32 best RBs entering the 2021 NFL season
Tennessee Titans running back Derrick comes in at No. 1 in PFF’s 2021 NFL running back rankings. While 2020 was a setback for Joe Mixon, there’s no question he could find himself higher on this list next year if he has the kind of 2021 season the Bengals believe he’s capable of.

Three players to build around for all 32 NFL teams entering the 2021 season
Younger players, such as Josh Allen, Tristan Wirfs and A.J. Brown, reign supreme when building a core for each of the 32 NFL teams to construct a roster around ahead of the 2021 NFL season. For the Bengals, Joe Burrow is an easy choice, but who should be the other two?

Ranking the eight NFL divisions by quarterback: West is best, East is least
Which NFL division has the best set of starting quarterbacks? The worst? It’s time for Adam Schein’s annual ranking, from No. 1 to No. 8, and the top two have something in common. And the third is where Baker Mayfield, Lamar Jackson and Joe Burrow figure to play in for the foreseeable future.

Tom Brady led Buccaneers to Super Bowl LV win on completely torn MCL
At one time thought to be just a “clean-up” procedure on his knee, Tom Brady actually had surgery to repair a fully torn MCL that he played with through the Buccaneers’ Super Bowl season.

Carolina Panthers, OT Taylor Moton reach four-year, $72M extension
Carolina offensive lineman Taylor Moton, who has started every game for the Panthers over the past three seasons, has agreed to a four-year, $72 million extension. The Panthers selected 6-foot-5, 325-pound Moton in the second round of the 2017 draft out of Western Michigan.

Six players will play out season on franchise tag
Panthers right tackle Taylor Moton was the only player to beat the clock and sign an extension before Thursday afternoon’s deadline for franchise-tagged players to sign multi-year contracts with their teams.

New England Patriots QB Cam Newton views coming season as ‘put up or shut up’ time
Acknowledging that actions will speak louder than his words, New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton said Thursday that he views the 2021 season as “put up or shut up” time.

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