With training camp schedule set, putter extraordinaire Marvin Lewis & Larry The Cable Guy will return to day jobs


Marvin Lewis got in a little golf recently and made a heck of a putt in the American Century Championship, a celebrity tournament in Lake Tahoe, but the Bengals head coach will put the sticks away soon as the team is less than two weeks away from opening training camp.

Most practices will be free to the public on the fields west of Paul Brown Stadium, beginning  Friday, July 28 at 3 p.m. Gates will open at 2:30. You can check the entire camp schedule here:

Soon, there will be no time for high jinks on the links, link this long putt (with audio) over the weekend: 

Looks like Lewis had a great time playing with the likes of former NFL quarterback Trent Green (@trentgreen10 ) and Larry the Cable Guy (@GitRDoneLarry):


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