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The only number with any real significance Thursday evening will be 53, which is how many players the Bengals will be allowed to keep heading into the regular season. "You've made decisions, but you haven't made the final decisions because you don't
I hope you got a chance to read my stories from Cincinnati the past couple days: Part 1, which ran Tuesday, is a general look at the Georgia Bengals, and life in the NFL. Part 2, which ran Wednesday , is a mini-profile of each of the seven players.
These days, Orson Charles is walking around the University of Georgia campus with a backpack. A year after leaving behind school, and college football, to pursue a pro career, he's back to being a regular student. "I just got out of my last class,"
Arthur Lynch could have gone just about anywhere to play college football when he graduated from Dartmouth High School in 2009, including plenty of top-tier schools that would have presented a nice, smooth path to playing time. But he chose the
Jay Rome is a country kid from south Georgia. "He grew up on his grandfather's farm," Lynch said. "And I didn't." "He messes with me all the time about being country," said Rome, who returns the favor by making fun of Lynch's accent. "And him being a
Seven Georgia players were drafted this year, one short of Alabama, which had the most of any school. But those seven aren't the only Bulldogs who will be in NFL training camps. Punter Drew Butler hooked up with Pittsburgh shortly after the draft,
116. Orson Charles - TE - Georgia. 156. Shaun Prater - CB - Iowa. 166. Marvin Jones - WR - California. 167. George Iloka - FS - Boise State. 191. Dan Herron - RB - Ohio State. Charles will
Weiss/Special to The Ledger-EnquirerBulldogs running back Caleb King (4) and offensive tackle Cordy Glenn (71) celebrate after a game in Atlanta...Ga. -- On the eve of the NFL draft, Georgia coach Mark Richt was asked whether he looks at the event as
Among some fans, there seem to be a rush to anoint Jay Rome as the next big thing at tight end, the heir apparent to Orson Charles. But know this, Georgia fans: Right now the starter is Arthur Lynch...That's been obvious during the early portion of
31 a.m. at Clarke County jail and released less than an hour later, according to the jail website...Charles' breath test registered .095 and .100, according to the police report, above the state's legal limit of .08...When approached in the parking