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LYNCHBURG - William Campbell and UVa standout Cedric Peerman is about to begin his third season with the Bengals. He only had three carries for 15 yards last season but was an important member of Cincinnati's special teams. "I'm just trying to be a valuable guy out there, just special teams, just fulfill my role there I developed last year and if there's some carries there that's great, if not I just have to bide my time and just continue to work hard," Peerman said during the Faith, Family, and Sports Football Camp this past weekend.
Although he's not a starter, he says his personal expectations increase each year. "I'm just working hard and training right now and just trying to be able to be prepared to be in the best shape of my life come the end of July."
The Bengals play at FedEx Field in Washington D.C. September 23rd and Peerman said he expects to have a crew of family and friends in attendance. "I've had several people ask about that game. My pastor, he's a big time Washington Redskins fan so it's so close, everyone wants to come so hopefully we can accommodate everyone."