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Bengals News (2/14): This isn’t the offseason to try and unload a quarterback

The supply of quarterbacks is far outweighing the demand, and nothing illustrated that better than the return the Ravens got for Joe Flacco.

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Valentine's Day Cards From The Bengals
If you want your Valentine's Day to be a touchdown, makes sure to print off your favorite player's valentine cards and give them to your sweetheart. Don't wait, make sure you have the right card for that sparkle in your eye. Let them know that they are quite the catch by sharing your Bengals Valentine Cards today!

Boyd, Atkins Named To PFF Top 101 Players In 2018
As the 2019 offseason kicks off, football analytics site Pro Football Focus released their Top 101 players from the 2018 season. Two Bengals were represented on the list, wide receiver Tyler Boyd at No. 63 and defensive tackle Geno Atkins at No. 79.

Reports: Grantham turns down Bengals, staying at Florida
It has been a whirlwind few days for the Gator football program and defensive coordinator Todd Grantham, but news broke late Wednesday night that the grizzled coach who has spent the last two years with Dan Mullen will not be heading for other pastures just yet.

Todd Grantham is latest to shun Bengals’ defensive coordinator gig
Todd Grantham, defensive coordinator of the Florida Gators, turned down the Cincinnati Bengals late Wednesday night to stay in Gainesville.

2019 NFL Free Agency: Jared Cook, Jesse James, trio of Bengals top an underwhelming tight end group -
The unfortunate reality of the tight end market is that it's virtually impossible to find a superstar in free agency. The tight end position is so incredibly top heavy -- even more so than the quarterback position -- that if teams stumble upon a Gronk or a Kelce or an Ertz or a Kittle, they're not letting them depart in free agency. As a result, the market is littered with unproven, past-their-prime, and replacement-level options.

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Welcome to the NFL ever-so-rare quarterback buyers market of 2019
The Baltimore Ravens' agreement to trade Flacco to the Denver Broncos for a midround draft pick was well-timed for the 11-year veteran, who sources say had been hoping the Ravens would trade or cut him well in advance of the start of the league year. Baltimore was finished with Flacco, having already moved on to 2018 first-round pick Lamar Jackson at quarterback. While Ravens coach John Harbaugh insisted "Joe's going to have a market" in his postgame news conference following the team's playoff loss to the Chargers, the fact is that market is a little bit narrower this year than it normally would be.

Joe Flacco Trade Reportedly Agreed in Principle Between Broncos, Ravens
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the trade cannot become official until the new league year begins March 13. Both teams are prohibited from commenting on the deal until then as well. The Ravens are receiving a fourth-round pick, according to ESPN's Jamison Hensley. That is the Broncos original pick of the fourth round, not the pick acquired in the trade of Demaryius Thomas to the Houston Texans, per Mike Klis of 9News.

Joe Flacco Trade Another Ill-Conceived Move by John Elway to Chase Glory Days
Elway's quarterback ideas are catastrophically misguided, inexplicably shortsighted, cripplingly expensive and intrinsically doomed. And each new idea is bigger, louder and more disastrous than the last.

The 1 Free Agent Each NFL Team Must Re-Sign This Offseason
In advance of free agency next month, decisions have to made in regard to retaining free agents. For restricted free agents, it's a relatively simple (and cheap) proposition. If they've performed well at all, they stay.