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Notes: Bowl with Gio and friends; Roster move

Posted May 30, 2014

Limited lanes are available for an afternoon of bowling with Bengals running back Giovani Bernard and some of his teammates on June 7 at Princeton Bowl, 11711 Princeton Pike in Cincinnati from noon to three.

 Visit www.mostvaluablekids.org to reserve a lane.

 The event supports Bernard’s RUN GIO Foundation that hosts free football camps in low-income areas, as well as Most Valuable Kids of Greater Cincinnati, a program that provides extra-curricular programs and incentives to more than 100,000 at-risk children.

Along with bowling, there are autographs, lunch, a silent auction, and face painting among other activities at family friendly event.

ROSTER MOVE:  On Friday the Bengals released defensive tackle Ogemdi Nwagbuo under the category of Waived/Non-Football Illness. Nwagbuo, a fourth-year player and a veteran of 36 games, was only with the Bengals for last year’s Wild Card game and he was inactive.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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