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CINCINNATI - The Bengals’ home game on Dec. 9 against the Dallas Cowboys is a sellout, the club reported Tuesday.
That means the game will be aired live on local television at 1 p.m. that day.
Tickets remain available for the Bengals’ other two remaining home games , on Nov. 25 against the Oakland Raiders and on Dec. 30 against the Baltimore Ravens.
The Raiders game features the much-anticipated return of former Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer to the Queen City.
Also, the Ravens game will be a regular-season ending AFC North clash, with potentially high playoff implications, said team representatives.
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