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Bengals News (1/23): B different

The uniforms shouldn’t be the only thing changing for the Bengals.

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Cincinnati Bengals should consider logo change with jersey redesign
The Cincinnati Bengals should do more than redesign the jerseys this offseason.

Locked on Bengals: New Uniforms and Weekend Mailbag - Sports Illustrated Cincinnati Bengals News, Analysis and More
Locked on Bengals: New Uniforms and Weekend Mailbag.

Bengals mailbag: New uniforms, draft options, trading down – The Athletic
Those who have been waiting for a new look for the Bengals, it's coming — both with the duds and players through the draft and free agency.

Hobson's Choice: Bengals.com Senior Writer Geoff Hobson answers questions from fans
Calling All Bengaldom.

Around the League

Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes says he's out of concussion protocol
Patrick Mahomes has cleared concussion protocol ahead of Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Buffalo Bills, the quarterback told the media on Friday.

Texans interview Josh McCown, Jim Caldwell for vacant head-coaching job
Longtime NFL quarterback Josh McCown and former Lions and Colts head coach Jim Caldwell had interviews Friday with the Houston Texans for the franchise's vacant head-coaching job, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero and Mike Garafolo reported.

NFL sends memo detailing pre-Draft rules regarding draft-eligible players
In a memo obtained by NFL Network's Tom Pelissero, the NFL informed clubs Friday of a slew of new pre-2021 NFL Draft rules relating to hosting and interacting with draft-eligible players.

Chicago Bears hire safeties coach Sean Desai as new defensive coordinator
Sean Desai, who previously coached safeties for the squad, has been hired as the Chicago Bears' new defensive coordinator, the team announced Friday.

Former Raiders CEO Amy Trask on lack of minority HC hires: It’s up to each owner 'to do the right thing'
Despite several initiatives and incentives to hire minority candidates, only the Jets with Robert Saleh chose that course. Moreover, only the Texans vacancy remains. Count Amy Trask, the league’s first and still only female to serve as a team CEO, among