Bengals: Zac Taylor thinks this season made him a better coach
"Every year is a little unique and we certainly faced some adversity like all teams do, and I certainly feel that I’ll be an improved head coach going forward and I’m excited to help the team improve as well.”
Cincinnati Bengals Wide Receiver Tee Higgins on Free Agency
Higgins amassed 656 receiving yards and five touchdowns on 42 catches this past season. That amounted to a career-high 15.6 yards per catch across 11 games played.
Photos: Best of Jake Browning from the 2023 Season
Look through the best photos of QB Jake Browning from the 2023 season.
Bengals news: Playoff free agent targets, Chase on Higgins’ contract
The latest Bengals news items and notes to know.
Sources - Chargers first to meet with Jim Harbaugh about vacancy
The Chargers are set to be the first NFL team to meet with Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh about their head-coaching vacancy, according to ESPN and multiple reports.
Browns coach - Deshaun Watson will be 'ready to roll' by spring
Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said Sunday that Deshaun Watson remains on track to return this spring from the right shoulder surgery he underwent in November.
Michigan QB J.J. McCarthy, RB Blake Corum entering NFL draft
Michigan quarterback J.J. McCarthy and running back Blake Corum announced that they are entering the NFL draft.
Tyreek Hill believes Dolphins can learn from loss to Chiefs: 'We just can’t be a bunch of front-runners'
Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill believes Miami has the the right core of players to reach their Super Bowl aspirations, especially if they can learn from the lessons presented to them in the 26-7 defeat.
C.J. Stroud on Texans' wild-card rout over Browns: 'This is a dream come true'
The Houston Texans dominated Cleveland in all phases during Saturday’s opening game of Super Wild Card Weekend, riding a hot start by rookie C.J. Stroud and a defense intent on scoring points of its own to a 45-14 win over the Browns.
Dak Prescott: If Mike McCarthy's on the hot seat, I should be, too
The Cowboys quarterback, who has a $59 million cap hit next season, is 2-5 in the postseason in his career.
Packers upset Cowboys 48-32, leaving Jerry Jones with some large decisions
Jordan Love completed 16 of 21 passes for 272 yards and three touchdowns in his first playoff start.