For those Bengals fans who wish coach Marvin Lewis would just jump out of an airplane, you got your wish Sunday afternoon. Pairing with the Golden Knights jump team out of Lebanon, Ohio, Lewis - along with secondary coach Kevin Coyle and director of player development Eric Ball - parachuted out of a plane at 12,500 feet.
Geoff "Butch" Hobson of Bengals.com has the full report, and it's an interesting read. Lewis is a big fan of military personnel, as Hobson describes throughout the story, and the team will host the Golden Knights for lunch today - after they parachute onto the practice fields.
Fortunately on Sunday, all parties survived, and Bengals mini-camp remains as scheduled Tuesday-Thursday.
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