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Anderson hosts night with Bengals legends


Bengals all-time passing leader Ken Anderson is at it again as he huddles up his teammates and leads them into an evening of reminiscing at the Boathouse on Sept. 25 immediately following the 1 p.m. Bengals-Broncos games at Paul Brown Stadium.

"A Night with Bengals Legends," benefits the Ken Anderson Foundation's effort to support adults with autism and features a star-studded roster beginning with Hall-of-Famer Anthony Munoz and long-time Bengals radio analyst and Anderson road roommate Dave Lapham.

Also in the house are Bengals all-time leading scorer Jim Breech, former Pro Bowl safety Tommy Casanova and Pro Bowl tight end Bob Trumpy, center Bob Johnson, the team's first draft choice, and former Bengals head coach Bruce Coslet. PBS announcer Tom Kinder is the master of ceremonies.

The $100 donation per ticket includes heavy Hors d'oeuvres along with bourbon,

wine, and cigar tastings and a cash bar. There are a limited number of reservations at


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