I Want to See Cincinnati Bengals Rookie Jeff Gunter Make a Big Splash

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For Cincinnati Bengals rookie defensive end Jeff Gunter, training camp has shown he’s got some talent off the edge with more positive days than negative ones.

I want to see Gunter make a big splash in his first NFL game experience to prove what we’ve seen in practice will be there when it matters most.

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Dave Lapham brings his unique view from the worlds of football and broadcasting to his “In The Trenches” podcast/videocast presented by First Star Logistics.

Lapham, a former NFL 3rd Round selection in the 1974 NFL Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals, spent ten seasons with the Bengals before playing his final two years of professional football for the USFL New Jersey Generals and owner Donald Trump.

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