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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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Thursday, May 08, 2008

Reader request: Brooks update

The Bengals have had no comment about linebacker Ahmad Brooks, accused of punching a Florence, Ky., woman in the left eye. Brooks, who lives in Union, Ky., has been summoned to appear June 6 in Boone District Court to answer to the charge of misdemeanor assault, punishable by up to a year in the jail.

The original Enquirer report from May 1 is linked above.


2 Comments:

at 5/08/2008 10:13 AM Blogger Anonymous said...

sometimes you just take it in the eye.

Carson Palmer will be MVP (Brooks will be MMA heavyweight champ)

Mike from Green

 
at 5/08/2008 9:02 PM Blogger mike said...

I think all these accusations against the Bengals attacking people in Florence is bogus, I've lived in Florence for a year and I've never been attacked by any Bengal players

Mike from Florence

 
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