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Cincinnati native preston brown signs with bengals

Cincinnati native and Buffalo Bills linebacker Preston Brown hoped he had done enough playing under first-year head coach Sean McDermott to warrant a new, long-term deal with the team that drafted him in the third round out of Louisville in 2014. But after a few days exploring his options on the open market, his work proved to be enough for the Bengals to lure him home with a one-year free-agent deal, The Enquirer confirmed.

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play 60 with south avondale

The Bengals hosted kids from the South Avondale school for a PLAY 60 field day at Paul Brown Stadium. Bengals players and staff led students in physical activity stations.

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preston & mike brown: A father-son football story

A six-year old boy is sitting on a couch in the basement of his suburban Cincinnati home next to his father. The lights are low and the videotape his mother shot of his most recent Pee Wee football game is playing on the screen through the family camcorder. Armed with the remote, Preston Brown’s father Mike Brown has his son focused squarely on his footwork as he tries to tackle a ball carrier in the game. Sitting alongside his dad with a pencil and a notebook Preston Brown in the fall of 1998 may have been the youngest football player in the country reviewing game tape.

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how a diet helped turn preston brown into nfl's leading tackler

The NFL's leader in tackles for 2017 was not Luke Kuechly or Bobby Wagner, the pair of perennial Pro Bowlers who both can lay claim to being the NFL's best linebacker.

It was Preston Brown, the Buffalo Bills’ third-round pick in 2014 who enters unrestricted free agency in March having topped the league with 144 tackles this past season -- 83 solo and 61 assisted.