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SBD/March 25, 2013/Franchises
Bengals Stick To Their Guns In Free Agency Approach, Re-Signing Their Own
Published March 25, 2013
LET'S GO TO THE VIDEOTAPE! Bengals VP Troy Blackburn said, "We're looking at enhancing some of the club lounge spaces and some of the audio/video. I don't think it's going to be something earth shattering, but we have tried consistently over the years to continue to refresh aspects of the building." Brown said of making the stadium experience more enjoyable, "One thing we have done ever since we've been in the new stadium is we run our replay on a broader basis than others. And now the league as a whole is shifting over to this, which is good. We try to get as many replays as possible. We have more replays at the stadium than you'll get at home watching it on TV. We replay almost every play" (BENGALS.com, 3/22).