Carlos Dunlap may not be officially done with the Cincinnati Bengals, but he’s doing his best to expedite the process.
Dunlap’s borderline disgust with the Bengals’ coaching staff is beyond obvious at this point. Right after the Browns’ game-winning touchdown, he was seen arguing with coaches on the sideline.
#Bengals pic.twitter.com/Yvzjs7lfx8— Lance McAlister (@LanceMcAlister) October 25, 2020
A fan who attended the game claims that Dunlap directed his anger at defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo.
Camera didn’t catch it all. Was at the game. Dunlap went after Lou right after the TD. Exchanged words. Zac got in to break it up. Then other coaches went to walk Dunlap away. Zac and Lou were talking loudly to each other after, I’m sure Lou said 96 has to go. But after that— Mark (@_DunnDeal) October 25, 2020
Soon after Dunlap and the defense blew yet another lead in their fifth loss of the season, he went to Twitter to apparently put his Cincinnati-home on the market. He’s even willing to leave his furniture behind for the next resident!
~6000 sqft city view with huge balcony. 4 bedroom. 4.5 bathroom. In one of the best school districts for sale. Do your market analysis and make me offer. Serious inquiries only with proof of funds!— Carlos Dunlap (@Carlos_Dunlap) October 25, 2020
Owner is willing to sell furnished or unfurnished!
The relationship between Dunlap and the Bengals is about as broken as it gets. It’s only a matter of time before Dunlap is given his walking papers and the Bengals will have to eat a few million in dead money because of it.
After this loss, though, the coaching staff may be walking out the door soon after Dunlap does.