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    Bengals news:

    Will new Bengals coach be able to improve Billy Price and John Ross? – The Athletic
    The Bengals’ past two first-round picks haven’t performed up to their draft status, but a new head coach could be the answer to getting them there.
    BX: Now things get interesting in Cincinnati Bengals search — Enquirer
    As the search goes into its second week, the real test of the team takes center stage.
    Marvin Lewis Community Fund to continue supporting Cincinnati students
    Marvin Lewis may no longer be the coach of the Cincinnati Bengals, but his commitment to the city and its students remains.
    Oddsmakers give Bill Lazor best odds at Bengals’ head-coach gig
    The Bengals have their hands full as they search for their next head coach. That said, updated odds have Bill Lazor as the most likely option.

    Cleveland Browns: Could Gregg Williams pull a Hue?
    If the Cleveland Browns do go with a coach other than Gregg Williams, could he make like Hue Jackson and head south to coach the Cincinnati Bengals?
    Bengals 2018 season in review and a look ahead to 2019 | WKRC
    CINCINNATI (WKRC) - As the Bengals continue their search for a new head coach to replace Marvin Lewis here is a look back at the good and the bad from the 2018 season and a look ahead to who might have breakthrough seasons on offense and defense in 2019...

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    Uhhhh, no?

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    Biggest 2019 offseason needs for all 32 NFL teams

    Cincinnati Bengals

    Upgrade at linebacker.
    The offensive line needs an upgrade as well, but the linebacker play was among the worst in the league this season, and that showed against high-powered offenses like the Saints' and Chiefs'. The Bengals need to make drafting a linebacker a priority. It's clear that Vontaze Burfict can no longer be relied upon, and middle linebacker Preston Brown didn't get to show much due to injuries. The entire group needs to be overhauled in 2019. -- Katherine Terrell

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    This Day in Bengals History: Ickey, Bengals dance into Super Bowl
    Even though his “No Huddle” has been outlawed by NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle two hours before kickoff, Bengals head coach Sam Wyche is still clever enough to hatch a 21-10 win over the Bills and is carried off the Riverfront Stadium turf to Miami and a Super Bowl date against mentor Bill Walsh, his position coach on Paul Brown’s Baby Bengals of 20 years ago. “It’s so much sweeter the second time around,” says Pro Bowl guard Max Montoya, one of seven Bengals who get a chance at redemption for their loss to Walsh’s 49ers in Super Bowl XVI seven years ago. Sweet, too, for Brown, their 80-year-old owner. With eyes both glistening and twinkling, he accepts the AFC trophy, and after thanking the players and coaches says, “I’m happy to get a second chance. A guy like yours truly might not be able to wait 20, 25 years.”

    The Envelope, Please ...
    Monday was just the 24th day this century the Bengals haven’t had a head coach. So this isn’t just the final awards assembly in the Marvin Lewis Era. These are the names the new coach needs to coalesce around his message once he convenes off-season workouts at Paul Brown Stadium as early as the first week of April.

    Cincinnati Bengals expand coaching search outside organization
    The Cincinnati Bengals already have interviewed more candidates than their last coaching search when Marvin Lewis was hired in 2003, according to the team website, and they reportedly aren’t done looking yet.

    Bengals 2019 Opponents Set
    Besides their divisional home and road schedule against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns, the Bengals will face teams from the NFC West, AFC West, AFC South and AFC East.

    Colts outdo 1970 Bengals, join 2015 Chiefs with playoff victory
    The Colts joined the 1970 Bengals as one of three teams to start 1-5 and make the playoffs. Yesterday, Indy joined the 2015 Chiefs by beating the Houston Texans 21-7, becoming the only two teams to start 1-5 and win a playoff game.

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    Joe Mixon snubbed from Pro Bowl again, this time by Lamar Miller
    Mixon, who finished as the AFC’s rushing leader with 1,168 yards and nine touchdowns on a 4.9 per-carry average — with 11 rushes of 20-plus yards — still won’t get into the Pro Bowl.

    TML: Bengals coach search, Packers, Tampa Bay Rays, MLB expansion,
    I was told by several Mobsters that Monday was a memorable day for Get Offa My Lawn Guy, which made me joyous. No need to be agreeable for the hell of it. No penchant here for picking 10 guys on the HOF ballot, just so everyone feels good about themselves. Like This Space or don’t like it, you’re going to get unfiltered syllables here. From brain-to-page, no middle men.

    Bengals 2019 Mock Draft 3.0
    CINCINNATI (WKRC) - While the Bengals still have Andy Dalton under contract for the next two seasons it may be time for them to start looking for his replacement in the draft, especially with a new head coach taking over in 2019.

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    Rams tried to poach Eifert last year, so I’m sure Taylor is familiar. I know the Rams invested a fairly high draft pick in Gerald Everett so it seems tight end is somewhat important in an offense that could be run by him.

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    Offense Has Always Lured Bengals
    Sam Wyche, one of the Bengals’ Super Bowl coaches, has heard among the candidates they’ve interviewed to fill his old job are young and respected offensive minds with great pedigree but not long resumes. That sounds OK with the franchise’s fifth head coach as it searches for the 10th.

    Kyler Murray enters NFL draft at time Bengals head toward uncertainty
    With it comes a sense of the unknown, where a fresh-feeling approach to the search for Marvin Lewis’ replacement naturally leads to questions about what else the Bengals might change.

    Should Bengals usher in post-Marvin Lewis era by changing their logo?
    When the Bengals 2018 logo was released, it came with mixed feelings. drew from a pool of over 1,400 fans. Here what their graphic designer took away from the Bengals’ unimpressed “B.”

    NFL’s head coach hiring process, tampering rules need to change
    It is no secret to the league that the Cincinnati Bengals are allegedly going to attempt to hire Los Angeles Rams QB coach, Zac Taylor. Writing a story on that at this point would be like beating a dead horse. Anything that can be said about the situation has been said.

    Cincinnati Bengals Draft Profile: Devin White
    As Cincinnati continues to prepare for the upcoming offseason, the team must start considering potential picks when they are on the clock in April. Zac Taylor is the head coach in waiting, but don’t let him being an offensive coach fool you. Cincinnati is in desperate need of linebacker help, and Devin White is far and away the best middle linebacker in this class. With that being said, let us take a look at what White would bring to this Bengals team.

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