Bengals trying to diversify running game
CINCINNATI -- Six years passed before the Bengals drafted a running back in anything other than one of the last rounds, an indication the position wasn't all that much of a priority.
Now they're getting serious about diversifying their running game.
The Bengals took tailback Giovani Bernard from North Carolina in the second round last week, showing a determination to address one of their shortcomings. They hadn't drafted a running back higher than the sixth round since 2007, when ...
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