Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Keith
Rivers says he used homework to keep from falling behind during his
The Bengals' top draft choice signed a five-year contract late
Tuesday night, then joined the team today at training camp in
Georgetown, Kentucky, for practice.
Coach Marvin Lewis says the coaches will evaluate Rivers this
week before deciding how much to play him in the team's first
preseason game, at Green Bay on Monday night.
Rivers says he studied the playbook, worked out and kept up to
date with teammates through text messaging during his holdout.