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Dillon lets frustration out

Corey Dillon, the leading ground-gainer in Cincinnati Bengals history, let it be known on Wednesday that he's had it with being under-appreciated, be it by the team, the fans or the media, and that he wants to play somewhere in 2004 that will given him the kind of appreciation he feels he deserves.

"I would prefer to be in a place where I'm appreciated. Now, however you want to take that, you guys are creative," said Dillon, leaving open the door to interpretation. "It could be anywhere, who knows? I'm just going to get to a place where I'm happy and I feel appreciated. You know what I'm saying? And where somebody can recognize my talents and I can achieve my goals. Now where that may be, I...

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