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Bengals News (11/20): Carlos Dunlap shines in first primetime game with Seahawks

Sam Hubbard receives praise from a former college teammate while another former teammate of Hubbard’s excels on his new team.

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Quick Hits: Chase Young salutes Bengals Sam Hubbard
"Super Bowl Sam, that' my guy," Young said in his media availability in Washington. "Sam is a guy I looked up to on and off the field. I know Sam is going to bring it.

Bengals mailbag: Possible future changes on staff, roster – The Athletic
The weight of being winless in the North, Duke Tobin's job security, O-line hope and Andrew Whitworth's HOF chances among topics.

Zac Taylor's Future, the Cincinnati Bengals' Injuries and a Preview of Sunday's Game in Washington - Sports Illustrated Cincinnati Bengals News, Analysis and More
Zac Taylor's Future, the Cincinnati Bengals' Injuries and a Preview of Sunday's Game in Washington

Bengals WR Peter Warrick was the least-efficient target in NFL history - SBNation.com
Warrick was one of the most sensational talents in college football. Then the Bengals drafted him.

Around the League

Seattle Seahawks defensive end Carlos Dunlap somersaults after sacking Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Carlos Dunlap somersaults after sacking Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray.

Dallas Cowboys QB Andy Dalton says COVID-19 'hit me hard'
Cowboys QB Andy Dalton said he had a "crazy three weeks," suffering his first career concussion on Oct. 25 before testing positive for COVID-19, which "hit me hard the first day I had it."

Jake Scott, SB MVP for 17-0 '72 Dolphins, dies at 75
Jake Scott, a nine-year NFL veteran with Miami and Washington, two-time Super Bowl winner and five-time Pro Bowler, has died at the age of 75.

Brian Flores' zero-blitzes are giving Dolphins' opponents fits – The Athletic
Miami's zero-blitz schemes — and the way the Dolphins disguise them — have been headaches for quarterbacks and offensive coordinators.

Richard Sherman has high praise for Vikings rookie Justin Jefferson: He plays 'like he's a five, six-year vet' - CBSSports.com
Jefferson has made a big impact during his rookie season.