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Bengals will host Aaron Ross on Thursday

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The Bengals need help at the cornerback position, especially with Leon Hall coming back from a torn ACL.  And with more than $50 million in cap space, they could be using some of it on a guy who could bring two Super Bowl rings into the locker room.

Per a league source, the Bengals will host Aaron Ross on Thursday.

Ross, who has said he wants to stay in New York, apparently became the odd man out in New York once the team re-signed Terrell Thomas.  But with Thomas recovering from a torn ACL and working under a “prove it” contract, the Giants could make a competitive offer to keep Ross.

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5 Responses to “Bengals will host Aaron Ross on Thursday”
  1. jakek2 says: Mar 13, 2012 8:23 PM

    Giants’ fan here. Great move if you can do it Bengals. While you’re at it, you should get Jacobs in there. You have a young, up+coming team that just needs a few players that have been there/done that. Both of those guys get a bad rap from most on this site. However, I’ve seen every game they’ve both played and they are well respected lockerroom guys that will give Cinci instant credibility in that rough division. As a Giant fan, I hope that stay put.

  2. morgan420 says: Mar 13, 2012 8:39 PM

    We need saftys to add as well and a really good center to add some extra help and it wouldn’t be a bad idea to look at a better running back

  3. nflofficeadmin says: Mar 13, 2012 9:25 PM

    I’m sure he would rather play for the Texans.

  4. raidernation4life says: Mar 13, 2012 9:32 PM

    I’m hoping the Raiders are looking at Ross as well. Maybe even Porter. We need DB help badly!

  5. jcioffi1485 says: Mar 15, 2012 11:15 PM

    Trust me…..even when all the teams have $1.56 left in cap money, the remaining free agents would rather douse themselves in gasoline and light themselves on fire than play for the Bengals. It pisses me off

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