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Bengals News (1/21): Best landing spots for Brian Callahan

Where are the best places for Brian Callahan to land?

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Cincinnati Bengals WR Hints at Joining Pittsburgh Steelers
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd has roots across the city, going to Clairton high school and attending the University of Pittsburgh. He's set to be inducted into the WPIAL Hall of Fame Class of 2024, and when talking about the possibility of returning home to play at all three levels in the city of Pittsburgh, he said he may be open to it.

Where Is the Best Landing Spot for Cincinnati Bengals Offensive Coordinator Brian Callahan?
Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Brian Callahan is one of the beneficiaries, having already participated in four virtual interviews with the Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Tennessee Titans, and Los Angeles Chargers. And he’s scheduled for an in-person interview with the Titans next week.

4 Bengals free agents who could follow Brian Callahan if he leaves Cincinnati
The Bengals figure to apply the franchise tag to Tee Higgins. But if that for some reason doesn’t happen, a team like the Panthers will have a ton of cap space to dish out a major contract and a big interest in giving No. 1 pick Bryce Young big targets to help his development.

Key dates in offseason for Cincinnati Bengals
This time last year, the Cincinnati Bengals were preparing to head to Buffalo for a divisional round playoff game that would send them to a second straight AFC Championship. On Sunday, they will be watching from afar as the Bills host the Kansas City Chiefs instead.

Matt’s Take: Reds spring training, Bengals trivia, Bengals' decisions
I can only watch so much Netflix and my mind has been away from college basketball with West Virginia having a poor start to begin the season. My wife is watching "Grey's Anatomy" for the 15th time, my man-cave is unused with nothing on the tv, and I now realize how spoiled I have been with recent playoff success from the Bengals.

Tyler Boyd Discusses Future With Cincinnati Bengals: 'I Would Love to Come Back'
“I’m just one of those guys that just enhances everyone’s performance," Boyd told Pittsburgh Sports Now. "I definitely feel like they will try to keep me and depending on the value and money, it’s a business, but I would love to come back.”

Bengals: What would a multi-year contract for Jonah Williams look like? - A to Z Sports
Free agency is still several weeks away, but the idea of Williams and the Bengals going their separate ways is widely accepted in Cincinnati. Williams is expected to test the open market for the first time a year after having to accept a position change he did not anticipate.