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Bengals News (1/28): Always next year

If Zac Taylor doesn’t get things turned around in 2021, the Bengals have a pretty nice selection of coaches to choose from to replace him.

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Bengals Combine Draft Efforts At New-Look Senior Bowl
The Senior Bowl, as much of an informal NFL job fair and a leisurely coaches convention as much as it has been a college all-star game in laid-back Mardi Gras Mobile, Ala., has suddenly become none of the above.

Former Bengals DL coach Nick Eason lands at Auburn
Eason was one of a handful of coaches not retained by the Bengals after the conclusion of the season. Eason spent the last two seasons in the role for Cincinnati after signing on with Zac Taylor’s coaching staff in 2019. He had spent the previous four years with the Tennessee Titans before joining the Bengals.

The Cincinnati Bengals Were Big Winners on Wednesday Night
Maybe Taylor turns it around in year three. He could end up being the young, promising offensive mind that the organization thought they were hiring in 2019. If he doesn't work out and things continue to trend in the wrong direction, then the Bengals will some great coaching options next offseason.

Cincinnati Bengals players who should have bigger roles in 2021
It’s not just the new jerseys. It’s not just Joe Burrow’s year two. It’s a partial roster reset from last offseason giving the team the depth it needs to keep developing into a contender in the AFC North.

Cincinnati Bengals Land Top Playmaker in Mock Draft
Trading back is another option with so many teams on the hunt for a franchise quarterback. The Bengals have their guy in Joe Burrow, but now they need to fill out the rest of their roster.

Bengals 2021 offseason player profile/projection: TE C.J. Uzomah
This offseason will be an important one for the Bengals as they try to build the roster following a fifth straight losing season. With the free agency signing period set to begin on March 17, is going to take a daily look at a player on the roster leading up to that date, where they stand contractually heading into the 2021 season and where they may fit on the 2021 roster

Around the league

Texans set to hire Ravens assistant David Culley as head coach
Culley and the Texans are working toward a deal for the Baltimore Ravens assistant head coach to become Houston's head coach, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport and NFL Network's Tom Pelissero and Mike Garafolo reported Wednesday night.

Raiders GM Mayock: 'I was disappointed in the productivity of our rookies' in 2020
"I was disappointed in the productivity of our rookies, I'll be the first person to admit that," the Raiders general manager said, via the team's official website. "You can make excuses, you can have a conversation why. Henry Ruggs, I think is who he is, I'm not disappointed in Henry; I think Henry has to get better. We knew how fast he is, but he has to get stronger, and he has to get in and out of his breaks better. You got to feel him coming out his breaks more for him to get to the next level, and I think he will, but we have a long-term view on Henry Ruggs.

Buccaneers will wear white jerseys, Chiefs will be in red for Super Bowl LV
Tom Brady and the Bucs, the designated home team, have chosen to wear the white jerseys they wore when defeating the New Orleans Saints on the road in the Divisional Round and the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field during their current postseason run.

Bad news, lovers of chaos: Packers, Aaron Rodgers belong together
Those were the words of Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers after a second consecutive loss in the NFC Championship Game -- which ruined his first career chance to claim the conference title at Lambeau -- and they were about as subtle as the metal folding chair Seth Rollins swung on Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose when he broke up The Shield.