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Bengals want to use Bernard more -- but cautiously


In his rookie season with the Cincinnati Bengals, running back Giovani Bernard generated a lot of excitement each time he touched the ball. So you can hardly blame the Bengals coaching staff for wanting to get the ball to him more — he had 170 rushing attempts and 56 receptions, for 1,209 total yards. But head coach Marvin Lewis doesn’t to overwork him. (CSN Baltimore)


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