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More than 160,000 fan votes were cast, which accounted for 50 percent of the results. 30-21 The Bengals First 50 and other Bengals Legends will be recognized during halftime ceremonies at every regular season home game, which will include video highlights and an on-field presentation.The other 50 percent was determined by 24 members of the media who have covered or currently cover the team. Visit Bengals.com/50 to stay up-to-date on all plans and announcements surrounding the Bengals 50th Season.The final list features the top 50 retired players who received the most votes, rather than a predetermined number of players at each position. on with a video countdown featuring Bengals radio broadcasters Dan Hoard and Dave Lapham. Fans also are encouraged to use the hashtag #Bengals50 on social media.BENGALS FIRST 50 CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 20 – Bob Johnson: First player drafted in team history and the only player to have his number retired.Played in 154 games, seventh most by a Bengals offensive lineman.Only center in team history to be selected for the Pro Bowl (1968).19 – Takeo Spikes: Bengals first round draft selection in 1998.Led team in tackles four out of five seasons and topped the 100-tackle mark five times.Became first rookie to lead team in tackles since James Francis in 1990. Versatile lineman with the ability to play all five offensive line positions.Played in 140 games, ranking ninth in team history for an offensive lineman. 17 – Bob Trumpy: Four-time Pro Bowl player who was equally adept at blocking and catching the ball.Second in team history in yards per reception average in a season, with 22.57 yards per reception in 1969 16 – Lemar Parrish: Six-time Pro Bowler (tied for second-most in team history).

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