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Bengals News (12/27): Hindsight is 2020

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A reunion between the Bengals and Andrew Whitworth could be in the cards for next year.

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Even If Sunday Is Dalton's Last Stand, He Leaves A Piece Of Himself
Sunday's game at Paul Brown Stadium against the Browns has everyone thinking Andy Dalton's 133rd start could be his last as a Bengal. He doesn't know, but on Thursday he talked about his faith, his ties to the Cincinnati community and his mindset as the 2019 comes to a close.

Could the Cincinnati Bengals reunite with Andrew Whitworth?
Former Bengal great Andrew Whitworth is set to become a free agent this off-season. Here, we look at the benefits of a reunion between the two.

A.J. Green May Have Played His Last Game as a Bengal; Where's He Headed Next? | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights
The Cincinnati Bengals and wide receiver A.J. Green should be more than ready to part ways after a disastrous 2019 campaign for both parties.

Tyler Eifert speaks on his impending contract situation
Tyler Eifert again heads to free agency.

Around the League

NFL Coaches Heat Seat: Black Monday is Coming - Sports Illustrated
Freddie Kitchens, Pat Shurmur, Jason Garrett and others are in danger of losing their jobs as the NFL's annual Black Monday arrives.

Washington’s Jacob Eason declares for NFL draft - SFGate
The 2020 QB class gained an intriguing piece of the puzzle in Eason.

Eli Manning has a beer guy in 'every f--king stadium' in NFL
Giants quarterback Eli Manning regularly had someone in road stadiums find him a six-pack or 12-pack of beer to take on the team bus after games.

Rams DC Wade Phillips not listening to reports of ouster
Wade Phillips, who is in the final season of his contract, addressed rumors that he won't be back with the Rams next year, saying he's going to keep doing the best he can do.

Falcons CB Jordan Miller suspended four games - NFL.com
Rookie cornerback Jordan Miller of the Falcons has been suspended for the next regular-season games for violating the NFL policy on performance-enhancing substances.