The Bengals ‘ one-year gamble on oft-injured tight end Tyler Eifert is off to an inauspicious start this offseason.

Surprised by Eifert’s inability to take the field for this http://www.officialhawkstore.com/Mike_Bibby_Jersey week’s minicamp, a frustrated coach Marvin Lewis acknowledged Wednesday that the status of the 2015 Pro Bowl selection is uncertain for the start of training camp this summer.
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My understanding is he did tweak his back just a little bit, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport noted on Wednesday’s edition of Inside Minicamp Live.

Lewis’ frustration with Eifert’s availability has been consistent throughout the team, per Rapoport. When the Bengals brought him back on a one-year deal, the hope was that he would be fully healthy and in prime condition for a bounceback season that would earn him a lucrative long-term deal in 2019.

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Soto also homered to give the Nationals back a one-run advantage in the seventh. The left fielder Soto, at 19 years and 231 days old, became the youngest player to home in either Yankee Stadium Womens George Hill Jersey in the regular season since Ken Griffey Jr. on May 30, 1989.

Soto’s second blast came off reliever Chasen Shreve and broke a 4-all tie.

Gleyber Torres had notched the tie with his 12th home run of the year, a solo shot to left field.

Nova, who was a volunteer assistant for Elmwood Park last year, is a busy guy these days. He has also started a football-focused podcast, The Sideline Hustle, with former Rutgers graduate assistant Drew Tomlinson, who recently became Mike Bibby Authentic Jersey an assistant for Mike Teel at Bosco. They discuss their experiences behind the scenes in college football and also offer coaching tips. Former Rutgers offensive coordinator Ralph Friedgen is a frequent guest.