CINCINNATI - The Cincinnati Bengals are planning to bypass much of the college football talent available in this year's NFL draft and instead focus on prospects from the prison and court systems. "Team chemistry is important" said team owner Mike Brown. "Both the coaching staff and the criminal justice system feel that the Bengals are something special and we want to keep that going." Brown says the team has been focusing on areas where rookies can come in and contribute right away: "armed robbery, battery, domestic assault and of course, we need a big time drug dealer." (Shown above are prospects arriving at the Bengals' training facility for a pre-draft combine.)

In other news, the Bengals have reportedly added Tyrone Smith to their administrative staff as Bail-Bondsman. Smith was previously Bail-Bondsman for the Oakland Raiders.