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Former LSU running back Jeremy Hill spoke publicly for the first time this week since his costly fumble in the Bengals’ 18-16, AFC wild-card loss to the Steelers. Per ESPN:

"It's still the elephant in the room any time I walk in somewhere," the Bengals running back said. "So you can't outrun it. You can't run away from that."

"I've overcome some tough obstacles in my life, and that play, as big as it is, and as big as that moment was for our city and our team, that's not the hardest thing I've had to go through in my life," Hill said during the 20-minute interview session. "It's just adversity in my career, and I can let that play define me, or I can move past it and be the player this organization and this team knows I can be."
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Good for him. Right attitude
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