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With the Cincinnati Bengals signing Terrell Owens on Tuesday, the defending AFC North champions have two of the most talkative players in the league in Owens and Chad Ochocinco.

That could become a headache for Marvin Lewis, the Bengals coach and former Ravens defensive coordinator.

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Asked if he feels for Lewis, coach John Harbaugh said with a chuckle, "Marvin doesn't need our sympathy. He's not looking for it."

Harbaugh said the move helps the Bengals.

"Obviously, it makes them better," he said. "It's a better Bengals team than it was yesterday."

Harbaugh was an assistant coach with the Philadelphia Eagles when Owens played there.

"I really like TO. I think he's a really good player," Harbaugh said. "He's a guy we enjoyed being around for a couple years in Philly. I have a lot respect for him."

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