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Bengals Head Coach Marvin Lewis Continues Ban On Twitter
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Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis is continuing his ban on Twitter even though the Bengals are officially out of training camp mode, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. "I think guys understand why. It would not help us," Lewis told reporters Monday. "I know social media is important. Part of our future probably. And it's an important part of their past on a collegiate campus. But I donít think we were really handling it very well. Before we did something that didn't shine well on the football team, I think it was just best for us on the football team." The biggest hurdle this preseason has been injuries, although there will be no updates on Twitter about them. It is believed Lewis' original ban was spurred by rookie first-round pick Dre Kirkpatrick confirming on social media that he injured his leg. Kirkpatrick hasn't tweeted anything since July 24. Lewis has made a concession that players can tweet if they need to promote their foundations or charitable causes. "But I donít need to hear about where you are and what you're doing, or your comment on something that's not so smart that someone else says," Lewis said. "We don't need to be associated with that. Let's focus on football. It's been a good focus."

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