Bengals rookie wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase had a rocky preseason, but he proved he was ready for the spotlight once the regular season got underway. Chase had five catches of 40-plus yards in his first four games and posted 35 catches for 754 yards and six touchdowns through the first seven games of his career. [more]
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