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Bengals News (1/15): NFL should consider changing their head coach tampering rules

The Bengals are reportedly worried they could be punished for the way it was announced that Zac Taylor will likely be the teams next head coach despite him still coaching in the playoffs.

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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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