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Bengals’ Marvin Lewis attended crowded Michigan pro day

The University of Michigan produced quite a bit of NFL-level talent for the 2017 NFL Draft, so the Bengals, along with the rest of the NFL, are attending the school's Pro Day and doing their homework.

Cincinnati Bengals free agency live updates and tracker

Let's keep track of the Cincinnati Bengals' moves in 2017 NFL free agency.

Cincinnati Bengals free agency rumor tracker

Here's all the rumors and reports about the Bengals leading up to the start of NFL free agency on March 9 at 4:00 p.m. ET.

Wallace Gilberry re-signing with Bengals, per ESPN

The Bengals are bringing back one of the team's backup pass rushers.

Bengals worked out Josh Thornton of Southern Utah

The Bengals could be eying this small-school DB.

Bengals bringing back running back Cedric Peerman

The Bengals have seen plenty of players leave this offseason, but they're hanging onto to one of their own. According to Zac Jackson of TheAthletic.com (the name's not familiar, but the face rings a bell), the Bengals are bringing back running back Cedric Peerman.

Felony charges against Adam Jones dropped

Bengals cornerback Adam Jones isn't out of the woods yet, but the concentration of trees in this particular forest is less dense now. According to Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com, felony charges of harassment with a bodily substance against Jones have been dropped.

Adam Jones to plead not guilty to misdemeanors, felony charges dropped

Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam Jones reportedly had felony charges against him dropped Tuesday in reference to an incident in which he spit on a jailhouse nurse in January.ESPN's Katherine Terrel

Raiders have Joe Mixon in for visit

The Raiders are reportedly interested in adding Marshawn Lynch to their backfield, although that would require either a trade with the Seahawks or Seattle releasing Lynch in order for him to play in his hometown.

Report: Giants to re-sign linebacker Keenan Robinson

After a couple of free agent visits with other teams, linebacker Keenan Robinson has elected to stay in New York. According to Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network, Robinson will re-sign with the Giants.