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Bengals News (3/28): Cincinnati could start planning for their future at quarterback

There are a few ways the Bengals could plan to move on from Andy Dalton this offseason, but could they pull off any of the options?

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Brown Thinks Fans Like The Move To New
- Brown is welcoming the biggest overhaul in coaching staff and scheme since the franchise was born. He likes the job Taylor has done in putting together the biggest coaching staff in Bengals’ history. He also thinks the physical changes to the coaches and players spaces at Paul Brown Stadium sends the proper message of change.

Bengals Sign Kerry Wynn
Wynn (6-5, 264), a sixth-year player in 2019, spent the last five seasons (’14-18) with the N.Y. Giants. He played in 62 career games (15 starts) for the Giants, and totaled 140 tackles, 4.5 sacks, five passes defensed, an interception and two forced fumbles. Last season, Wynn played in 14 games (five starts) and totaled 24 tackles, 1.5 sacks and two forced fumbles.

2019 NFL Mock Draft: Cardinals and Bengals land the draft's top two quarterbacks
The signings and trades around the NFL have already shaken up the draft board, which makes this as good a time as any to move forward with my mock draft 4.0, checking in on what might go down in late April.

Bengals owner on vote against revised replay: 'I'd rather just play'
The Cincinnati Bengals' Mike Brown was the only NFL owner who voted against allowing offensive and defensive pass interference during the league's annual meetings earlier this week.

Bengals should give Cardinals a call about a Josh Rosen trade
Rosen seems available as the Cardinals publicly flirt with the idea of grabbing Kyler Murray first overall. It’s somewhat silly for the new head coach to give up on a top-10 pick already and might be one of the most elaborate smokescreens we’ve seen — but the NFL is a strange place.

Mike Brown: Dalton must restore himself for extension
The Bengals rewarded their franchise quarterback with a six-year extension in 2014, one season before his rookie deal was set to expire. However, with that massive contract entering its second-to-final year, don't expect Cincinnati to reward Dalton with another extension any time soon.

Bengals won’t hesitate to extend A.J. Green’s deal
While Mike Brown is clear that this is a pivotal year for quarterback Andy Dalton, the Bengals owner has no qualms about extending A.J. Green‘s deal.

Bengals have “clearer path forward” without Burfict
Now that he’s not there, they sound relieved, but also a little wistful about a guy they propped up for so long (and through so many fines and suspensions).

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Jordy Nelson to retire from NFL after 11 seasons
But Nelson will forever be remembered for teaming with quarterback Aaron Rodgers, and the wide receiver used his size and speed to terrorize defenses during nine seasons with the Green Bay Packers.

Harbaugh on Ravens receivers: 'We want tough guys'
The Baltimore Ravens plan to be the most run-heavy offense in the NFL in 2019 with Lamar Jackson at quarterback. Coach John Harbaugh understands that ground-ground-ground game-plan might turn off some receiving targets from signing in Baltimore.

NFL madness! Sixteen teams to spotlight for the 2019 season
Like every other living, breathing sports fan in America, I absolutely cherish the NCAA tournament. I'm obsessed. To the point where the tourney bleeds into every single aspect of my existence -- including this here role as an NFL columnist!

Arians: Chris Godwin will be close to a 100-catch guy
Sidebar: This is the same coach that once boasted during one of these March meetings back in 2014 that running back Andre Ellington could handle 30 touches per game, so we should take that 100-catch number with a massive salt pill.