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Mark Curnutte started covering the Bengals and the NFL for The Enquirer in 2000. He previously wrote about urban affairs and other social issues for the Enquirer. He won the prestigious 1994 Unity Award from Lincoln University (Missouri) for "A Polite Silence," a seven-day series about race relations in Greater Cincinnati. He also has worked as an assistant features editor and features writer at The News & Observer in Raleigh, N.C. Curnutte is second vice president and a three-year board member of the Professional Football Writers of America (PFWA). He is a 1984 Miami University graduate.

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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Perry, Rudi back on field

The Bengals are holding another offseason practice at this hour, and tailbacks Rudi Johnson and Chris Perry are participating fully. They had each missed at least one workout last week.

There are still no signs of projected offensive starters Chad Johnson, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Willie Anderson and Levi Jones. The sessions are voluntary. The only mandatory event of the offseason is full-squad minicamp June 12-14.

Tailback Kenny Watson is not on the field. Safety Dexter Jackson and tailback Kenny Irons (knee) are working on the sideline with strength and conditioning coaches.


6 Comments:

at 5/28/2008 12:23 PM Blogger Peter said...

Mark,

What are they saying about Kenny Irons. I keep hearing Perry this and Perry that. I liked what I saw from Kenny before he got injured. I'm sure Perry will get hurt again so I'm looking to other options...

 
at 5/28/2008 6:15 PM Blogger Splat said...

So... when will posts be on the new site instead of here?

 
at 5/29/2008 10:10 AM Blogger med man said...

Dont' worry, they'll both be on injured reserve by weeks end.

 
at 5/29/2008 12:35 PM Blogger Mike said...

which blog are you using? Ive been checking the new one, but there has yet to be a post about football. Today I decide to check this one and there is a new post about football. I dont want to have to check two different blogs.

 
at 5/29/2008 1:27 PM Blogger Cincinnati Now said...

I'd love to see Kenny Irons make a comeback after that injury.

 
at 5/30/2008 10:27 AM Blogger Ray said...

Rudi will contribute this year, looks Perry is already having issues. Don't count on him.

 
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