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Devon Still Resigns with Bengals

Devon Still Resigns with Bengals Cindy Ord/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Defensive tackle Devon Still resigned with the Bengals on Thursday. Still and his daughter Leah were one of the great stories in the NFL last season. The Bengals signed Still to their practice squad so he could afford Leah's treatment for her Stage 4 neuroblastoma and the team made jersey's that raised money as well.   Many former and current players and coaches bought jerseys and sent messages to Leah. "It's great to have Devon back with us," Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said in a statement. "We know it has been a very difficult journey for him the last year. Devon remains focused on Leah's recovery and on furthering his NFL career, and we're excited to be able to provide that opportunity." Doctors originally said Leah had a 50-50 chance of living, but Still announced on Instagram Tuesday that doctors didn't "see any active disease" in her body. Still played 12 games last season and was side by side with Leah throughout her treatments. "Now that it looks like things are headed on the right path, I'm ready to go back and play football," Still said in the team's statement. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Michael Johnson Re-Joins Bengals

Michael Johnson Re-Joins Bengals David Lee/Thinkstock(CINCINNATI, Oh.) -- After a single-season stint with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, defensive end Michael Johnson has re-signed with the Cincinnati Bengals. Johnson, 28, spent the first five seasons of his career with the Bengals after being drafted in the third-round out of Georgia Tech. He amassed 26.5 sacks over 79 games and was one of the hot free agents last season. The Buccaneers awarded Johnson a five-year, $43 million contract in hopes that he would sharpen Tampa Bay's pass rush that included Gerald McCoy and Adrian Clayborn.  Tampa Bay released Johnson after he struggled through an ankle injury and provided just four sacks.  In an ironic twist, after losing Johnson to free agency, the Bengals were awarded a 2015 third-round compensatory pick for Johnson. Now they also have Johnson back in the fold. Johnson was said to be torn between returning to the Bengals or joining the Minnesota Vikings and head coach Mike Zimmer -- who was the Bengals defensive coordinator until last season. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Bengals Linebacker Vontaze Burfict Recovering from Microfracture Surgery

Bengals Linebacker Vontaze Burfict Recovering from Microfracture Surgery David Lee/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- It is unknown when one of the NFL's top linebackers will see the field again as Vontaze Burfict of the Cincinnati Bengals is recovering from microfracture surgery. Microfracture surgery is a procedure performed on knees that have suffered cartilage damage. It is viewed as a serious surgery that has derailed the careers of various athletes in other sports, including football. Still, the surgeon who performed the procedure, Dr. Neal ElAttrache, is hopeful Burfict will be ready to go by training camp. "I don't see any reason, if this thing heals like we want and we think it will, why he won't be back like he was," ElAttrache told the NFL Network. "Microfracture has a bad connotation, but there are plenty of guys who have come back and been able to play like before. But it's not really news when it works out." Burfict was limited to just five games in 2014, but in 2013 he recorded an NFL-high 171 tackles. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Bengals’ Head Coach Marvin Lewis Hopes to Return Next Season

Bengals’ Head Coach Marvin Lewis Hopes to Return Next Season David Dermer/Diamond Images/Getty Images(INDIANAPOLIS) -- Marvin Lewis is one of the most successful coaches in the history of the Cincinnati Bengals franchise, but his future is in doubt after another playoff loss. "Tomorrow's not promised for anyone," Lewis said. "That's part of life in the NFL and the finality of losing when you lose in the playoffs." Lewis took over the team in 2003 when the franchise was among the worst in the NFL. Lewis made them among the best teams in the AFC. Despite his success, including four-straight postseason appearances (a team record), Lewis is 0-6 in the playoffs. On Sunday, Lewis joined Jim Mora, Steve Owen and Marty Schottenheimer as the only coaches with at least six consecutive postseason losses. "The only way to do it is to at some point -- whoever it is, whatever it will be -- to go back to work, put their heads down and kick the door down," Lewis said about winning in the playoffs. "That's all you can do. There's no other words about it." In 12 seasons, Lewis is 100-90-2 as the team's head coach. In the previous 12 seasons, the Bengals went 55-137. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Colts Stifle Bengals, 26-10, Headed to Denver

Colts Stifle Bengals, 26-10, Headed to Denver Joe Robbins/Getty Images(INDIANAPOLIS) -- The Indianapolis Colts are headed to Denver for a matchup with the Broncos after taking care of the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, 26-10 in the wild card round. Colts running back Daniel Herron got them started with a two-yard touchdown run on their first possession of the game and quarterback Andrew Luck tossed a 36-yard touchdown pass to Donte Moncrief to give them a 19-10 lead with 7:48 left in the third quarter. "I think you appreciate every win and you don't take it for granted," Luck said of the win.  "We're onto next week, the playoffs it's a different feel, you got to move on and you've got to keep that journey alive." The Bengals have now dropped their last seven playoff games in a row and quarterback Andy Dalton joined the company of Y.A. Tittle to drop his first four playoff starts. "I felt like we were ready to go," Dalton said.  "You know all the hard work that's been put in, you feel like you're prepared going into a game, again it falls by the waste side, it is tough from that standpoint." Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis is now 0-6 in the playoffs.  Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

A.J. Green Out for Bengals Playoff Game

A.J. Green Out for Bengals Playoff Game Tom Cammett/Diamond Images/Getty Images(INDIANAPOLIS, In.) -- The Cincinnati Bengals will be without star wide receiver A.J. Green for Sunday's playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts. The Bengals ruled Green out Saturday with a concussion that he suffered in the fourth quarter of Week 17's loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.  Cincinnati lost to Indianapolis 27-0 in Week 7 earlier this season.  Green missed that game as well.  Green has struggled with injuries this season, missing four games due to a toe injury and was limited in a game against Denver with an arm injury. In spite of this he led the Bengals with 69 catches, 1,041 receiving yards and six touchdowns. This is Cincinnati’s fourth straight appearance in the Wild Card Playoffs, but they have lost the last three. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Bengals Take Down Broncos, 37-28

Bengals Take Down Broncos, 37-28 Scott Boehm/Getty Images(CINCINNATI) -- The Cincinnati Bengals heard all week about their struggles in primetime games in recent years, but they atoned themselves after defeating the Denver Broncos 37-28 on Monday Night Football. Rookie running back Jeremy Hill dominated for the Bengals once again. He ran for 147 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries, putting him over the 1,000 yard mark on the season. He's the 3rd rookie in NFL history with four games of at least 140 yards rushing. With the win, the Bengals clinched a playoff berth for the fourth consecutive season, a franchise record. "I know a lot of guys are never fortunate enough to make the playoffs," said Hill. "In college, I wanted to play for a national championship but never got the chance." Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning struggled on Monday night. While he did throw for 311 yards and two touchdowns, he threw a season-high four interceptions, including a pick-six to cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick with under three minutes to go in the fourth quarter. With the loss, the New England Patriots clinched the top record in the AFC. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio 

Manning Throws Four Picks As Bengals Win Monday Night Clash

Manning Throws Four Picks As Bengals Win Monday Night Clash Scott Boehm/Getty Images(DENVER, Co.) -- The Cincinnati Bengals locked up a playoff spot for the fourth straight season with a 37-28 victory over the Denver Broncos Monday night. With four interceptions off Peyton Manning, including a back-breaking pick-six by Cincinnati cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick, the Bengals (10-4-1) defense also set up an opportunity to win the AFC North title next week when the team will trade blows with the Pittsburg Steelers. Manning was clearly rattled during the game, as the normally mechanical quarterback looked uncomfortable in the pocket and did not set his feet on his throws.  "Find a way to learn from this and correct the mistakes," Manning said, clearly bothered by his performance. "Find a way to get better next week and try to get a win against a division team." The Bengals offense would have seemingly suffered a major setback when superstar wide out, A.J. Green, took a blow to the arm after an Andy Dalton interception and was ineffective the rest of the game. That was not the case as rookie running back Jeremy Hill pounded the rock 22 times for 147 yards, highlighted by an 85 yard touchdown run in the first quarter. Dalton utilized his other weapons, as he connected with tight end Jermaine Gresham for a score in the second and later found running back Giovani Bernard for a 22-yard touchdown in the third quarter that would give the Bengals a 27-14 lead. The loss for the Broncos (11-4) enabled the Patriots to lock up the top spot in the AFC and guaranteed New England home field advantage throughout the playoffs.  Denver faces Oakland in the regular season finale with the opportunity to lock up the No. 2 seed. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Scoreboard Roundup – 12/22/14

Scoreboard Roundup – 12/22/14 Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NBA:  Houston Rockets 110 (20-7) – Portland Trail Blazers 95 (22-7) Charlotte Hornets 110 (9-19) – Denver Nuggets 82 (12-16) Chicago Bulls 129 (18-9) – Toronto Raptors 120 (22-7) Utah Jazz 97 (9-20) – Memphis Grizzlies 91 (21-7) Top 25 Men’s College Basketball: Temple 77 (8-4) – (10) Kansas 52 (9-2) (16) Notre Dame 91 (12-1) – Northern Illinois 66 (4-5) (17) St. John’s 66 (10-1) – Long Beach State 49 (5-8) (18) West Virginia 77 (11-1) – Wofford 44 (9-3) (19) Oklahoma 85 (8-3) – Weber State 51 (4-6) (21) Ohio State 93 (10-2) – Miami OH 55 (3-8) (22) Baylor 70 (10-1) – Southern 66 (3-10) (24) Colorado State 75 (12-0) – Charleston Southern 54 (5-5) (25) TCU 80 (12-0) – Grambling State 39 (2-8) NHL: Washington Capitals 2 (17-10-6; 40pts) – Ottawa Senators 1 (14-14-5; 34pts) Nashville Predators 5 (22-8-2; 46pts) – Columbus Blue Jackets 1 (14-16-3; 31pts) Florida Panthers 4 (15-9-8; 38pts) – Pittsburgh Penguins 3 (22-6-5; 49pts) Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Johnny Manziel’s Dud Debut

Johnny Manziel’s Dud Debut Elsa/Getty Images(CLEVELAND) -- With all the hype surrounding Sunday's debut of Johnny Manziel, not much can be said after a 30-0 beat down at the hands of the Cincinnati Bengals. The Cleveland Browns first round quarterback was downright dreadful; completing 10-18 passes for 80 yards and two interceptions. He was also sacked three times. Manziel seemed lost and confused. While under pressure, "Johnny Football" panicked, his mechanics became sloppy and he began to stare down receivers.  The same magic that captured highlights in college were lowlights on the NFL stage. The Bengals (9-4-1) ran the ball all over the Browns, as rookie Jeremy Hill pounded the rock for 148 yards on 25 carries including two touchdowns.  This latest loss will likely cripple the Browns playoff chances as they have now dropped four of their last five and their record falls to 7-7. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Pettine Explains Why Manziel Is Starting

Pettine Explains Why Manziel Is Starting Scott Boehm/Getty Images(BEREA, Ohio) -- The Cleveland Browns will go with Johnny Manziel at quarterback on Sunday against the Bengals. Head coach Mike Pettine said Wednesday he made the move "because of the lack of performance at that position over the last four games." "They have to understand that as a unit, if we don't pick our play around the quarterback, we'd be extremely foolish to expect different results," he continued. Cleveland has dropped their last two and sit in last place in the AFC North. "Certainly a great challenge this week to be back in the division," Pettine said.  "Looking forward to being back out in front of the dog pound.  We're expecting a high level of intensity for a lot of reasons.  I think it'll be a playoff type atmosphere." Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Andy Dalton: ‘A lot You’re Playing for in December’

Andy Dalton: ‘A lot You’re Playing for in December’ Andy Lyons/Getty Images(CINCINNATI) -- The Bengals are preparing for a tough divisional game against the Steelers on Sunday. Cincinnati sits atop the AFC North and quarterback Andy Dalton is expecting one of the toughest games of the season against Pittsburgh. "There's a lot you're playing for in December," Dalton said.  "December usually decides a lot of things, that's when you have to be playing well." The Steelers are averaging 26.7 points this season and giving up 24.8. "These games are always really physical," Dalton said of the matchup.  "These are important games because it's a division game, its Pittsburgh, and it's the rivalry.  Everybody gets up for these." The Bengals are 4-1-1 at home this year and Pittsburgh is 3-3 on the road. "Really good defense," Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said.  "Their secondary is playing as good as any secondary in the NFL right now." Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Scoreboard Roundup – 11/16/14

Scoreboard Roundup – 11/16/14 Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NFL Week 11: Kansas City Chiefs 24 (7-3) – Seattle Seahawks 20 (6-4) Atlanta Falcons 19 (4-6) – Carolina Panthers 17 (3-7-1) Cincinnati Bengals 27 (6-3-1) – New Orleans Saints 10 (4-6) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27 (2-8) – Washington Redskins 7 (3-7) St. Louis Rams 22 (4-6) – Denver Broncos 7 (7-3) San Francisco 49ers 16 (6-4) – New York Giants 10 (3-7) Chicago Bears 21 (4-6) – Minnesota Vikings 13 (4-6) Houston Texans 23 (5-5) – Cleveland Browns 7 (6-4) Arizona Cardinals 14 (9-1) - Detroit Lions 6 (7-3) Green Bay Packers 53 (7-3) - Philadelphia Eagles 20 (7-3) San Diego Chargers 13 (6-4) - Oakland Raiders 6 (0-10) NBA: New York Knicks 109 (3-8) – Denver Nuggets 93 (2-7) Milwaukee Bucks 91 (5-5) – Miami Heat 84 (5-5) Houston Rockets 69 (9-1) - Oklahoma City Thunder 65 (3-8) NHL: San Jose Sharks 2 (10-8-2; 22pts) – Carolina Hurricanes 0 (5-9-3; 13pts) Minnesota Wild 4 (10-7-0; 20pts) – Winnipeg Jets 3 (9-7-3; 21pts) OT Chicago Blackhawks 6 (10-7-1; 21pts) - Dallas Stars 2 (6-8-4; 16pts) Florida Panthers 6 (6-4-5; 17pts) - Anaheim Ducks 2 (11-4-4; 26pts) Montreal Canadiens 4 (14-4-1; 29pts) - Detroit Red Wings 1 (8-4-5; 21pts) Top 25 Men’s College Basketball:  (1) Kentucky 71 (2-0) – Buffalo 52 (1-1) (2) Arizona 86 (2-0) - CS Northridge 68 (0-2) (3) Wisconsin 89 (2-0) – Chattanooga 45 (1-1) (6) North Carolina 103 (2-0) – Robert Morris 59 (0-2) (9) Virginia 67 (2-0) – Norfolk State 39 (1-1) (10) Texas 85 (2-0) - Alcorn State 53 (0-2) (19) Oklahoma 78 (1-0) – Southeastern Louisiana 53 (0-2) (21) Nebraska 80 (1-0) – Northern Kentucky 61 (0-2) (23) Syracuse 65 (2-0) – Hampton 47 (0-2) Holy Cross 58 (1-0) – (25) Harvard 57 (1-1) NASCAR: Kevin Harvick captured the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup championship on Sunday with a win in the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.  Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Browns Win the Battle of Ohio

Browns Win the Battle of Ohio Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images(CINCINNATI) -- Three Cleveland Browns running backs scored touchdowns to lead the team past the Cincinnati Bengals 24-3 on Thursday night. The win snaps the Browns 17-game road losing streak within their division and ends the Bengals' streak of 14 consecutive regular season home games without a loss. "A huge boost for our guys," Browns head coach Mike Pettine said. "Just look at the streaks we ended. Not many people gave us a chance." The Browns (6-3) are now tied with the Pittsburgh Steelers for first place in the AFC North. Linebacker Craig Robertson intercepted Andy Dalton's pass on the Bengal's first drive of the game, giving Cleveland the ball on Cincinnati's 18 yard line. It took the Browns only 5 plays to score from there -- the final being a Ben Tate four-yard rush up the middle for a touchdown.The Bengals would add a field goal, but the Browns would answer, scoring early in the second quarter, this time on an Isaiah Crowell two-yard touchdown run.Terrance West's one-yard touchdown scamper in the third quarter gave the Brown's a 24-3 lead, putting the game out of reach for the Bengals. Andy Dalton had a horrible game for Cincinnati completing 10-of-33 passes for 86 yards and three interceptions. While the Bengals' fans didn't have much to cheer for when it came to their team, they had a lot to be happy for after the first quarter: The Bengals held a ceremony honoring four-year-old Leah Still, who is battling Stage 4 pediatric cancer and is the daughter of Cincinnati defensive tackle Devon Still. Leah was on the field as the Bengals announced a $1.3 million donation to Cincinnati's Children's Hospital and Medical Center in Leah's name. It was also the first time Leah was able to watch her father play since 2012. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Brian Hoyer: ‘We Know What’s at Stake’ Against Bengals

Brian Hoyer: ‘We Know What’s at Stake’ Against Bengals David Dermer/Diamond Images/Getty Images(BEREA, Ohio) -- The Browns are preparing for a big divisional road game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday night. Cleveland is 1-2 on the road this season and quarterback Brian Hoyer knows the importance of this game. "Playing a division opponent you never have to say anything more than that," Hoyer said.  "We know what's at stake and we know what's going on.  We're not taking this lightly at all." First place in the AFC North will be on the line and the Browns are looking forward to showcasing their team in primetime. "It's a difficult team to have a short week on because of what they do schismatically," Hoyer said.  "You watch their film and they mix things up a bit.  It'll definitely be a challenge." The Bengals are 2-0 in their division games this year. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Bengals’ Still Will Have Daughter In Attendance for First Time

Bengals’ Still Will Have Daughter In Attendance for First Time Tom Cammett/Diamond Images/Getty Images(CINCINNATTI, OH) -- Cincinnati Bengals defensive lineman Devon Still has had to deal with more adversity than most NFL players will ever experience. This Thursday, he will likely experience an unrivaled type of joy, as his daughter will be able to attend her first NFL game to see her father play. In June, Leah Sari Still was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma cancer. In late August, Devon was cut from the team.  The Bengals re-signed him to their practice squad the next day to help him pay for the medical costs. On September 10, the Bengals signed Devon to their active roster. This week Leah Sari has recovered enough from her surgery that she will be able to travel to Cincinnati to see her father and the Bengals challenge the Browns on Thursday Night Football. "This is the first time she has been able to travel," Devon said. "I know she is excited to come to Cincinnati and see what Cincinnati has to offer her." Life on the road and being on an active roster has been tough for Devon, as he has been away from his daughter. "I know it will be different for me because I'll be able to see my daughter, I'll be able to touch her, I'll be able to hug her, which is totally different than being able to FaceTime her,"  Devon said.  I can't wait until she shows up here Wednesday and is able to go to her first game this year." Devon has greatly appreciated the support fans and other teams have shown this season.  A couple of weeks ago, when the Bengals traveled to New England, the Patriots cheerleaders wore Still's jersey in support.  Patriots owner Robert Kraft also donated $25,000 to the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in Leah's name. This week, Devon thinks the crowd reaction will be special. "I think the crowd will go crazy," Devon said. "They've been supporting her the whole time with her being all the way in Philadelphia. I know her being here in Cincinnati and them having the chance to see her, it's going to get the crowd kind of hyped."  Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

ESPN: Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict Fined $25K

ESPN: Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict Fined $25K David Lee/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict was fined $25,000 for twisting the ankles of Panthers tight end Greg Olsen and quarterback Cam Newton in Sunday's game between the two teams, according to ESPN's Ed Werder. Werder also reports that Burfict has been told he's considered a repeat offender, and any future incident identical to this will result with a trip to the league office. "He's got to continue to play within the rules," Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis said Wednesday. "And he got called for a penalty last week that was, again, not necessarily a penalty. ...Football's changing, and we're trying to really coach the head out of football. And that's been the mission of the league for the last two or three years, and that continues daily. And we've got to do that, we're teaching young guys new habits...Sometimes when that ball goes in the air it's difficult to do all the time." The 24-year-old Burfict has played in three games this season recording 18 tackles, two passes defended, and one forced fumble.  Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio  

A.J. Green Carted Off Practice Field

A.J. Green Carted Off Practice Field National Football League(CINCINNATI) -- Cincinnati Bengals receiver A.J. Green aggravated a previous injury to his big right toe during practice Wednesday, causing the three-time Pro Bowler to be carted off the field.Green first injured the toe in the team's season opener versus the Baltimore Ravens.As for Green's status for Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers, Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson isn't convinced the wideout won't take the field."In my mind, he is going to be able to play until somebody tells me he's not," Jackson said. "I don't look at it like that until I have to. So I'm not worried about that right now. The guys that are out there, we have a game plan that we're installing and putting in for a team that we're playing and we'll get everybody ready to play."In four games this season, Green has 17 catches for 314 yards and two touchdowns. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Andy Dalton, Bengals Look to Start 3-0

Andy Dalton, Bengals Look to Start 3-0 Andy Lyons/Getty Images(CINCINNATI) -- The Cincinnati Bengals are looking to go 3-0 for the first time since 2006 when they host the Tennessee Titans (1-1) on Sunday. Cincinnati has a ten-game win streak at home headed into Sunday. Quarterback Andy Dalton is well aware of the Titans defense. "They do a good job with different looks," Dalton said of the Titans defense.  "We have to be sharp mentally to handle what they're going to throw at us." Dalton hasn't thrown an interception or been sacked yet this year and credited the hard work of his offensive line. "It's been a thing that we've really prided ourselves on," Dalton said.  "It's one of our top goals, win the game, then no turnovers and then no sacks.  We've done a good job of that obviously, so we've got to keep that going." The Bengals will have a bye following their game against Tennessee on Sunday and will play the Patriots in week 5. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Texans Bring Back Safety Danieal Manning

Texans Bring Back Safety Danieal Manning National Football League(NEW YORK) -- Even though he left the team via free agency this offseason, veteran safety Danieal Manning is back with Houston Texans. The Texans had originally offered Manning a pay cut following last season, but he declined and instead opted for free agency. He signed a contract with the Cincinnati Bengals. Manning wound up getting cut by the Bengals, and decided to reunite with his old team. "Health-wise he's perfect," Manning's agent, Russel Hicks said. "He may be in better shape than when he left. His leg was fine. He was cleared to play. He played all four [preseason games]. It just wasn't good fit for him in [Cincinnati]. It was a numbers game. It happens like that. The right fit for you is the right fit for you." The 32-year-old Manning is an eight-year NFL veteran who can still contribute to an NFL team. He battled injuries last season and appeared in just six games, recording 24 tackles. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio 
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