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State of Tate: full speed ahead


Brandon Tate showed his speed this spring. The Bengals are looking for him to rely on it when they sift through their return personnel at training camp. Since he arrived in Cincinnati in 2011, Tate is in the NFL middle at 18th in punt returns and 12th in kick returns. But Tate couldn't care less about the whispers. He has become the Bengals’ all-time leading kick returner with a 24.8-yard average and the second all-time punt returner. (Cincinnati Bengals)


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