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Bengals News (1/8): Jake Browning shows love to Tyler Boyd

The Bengals may be saying goodbye to a player who has been around thick and thin.

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Cincinnati Bengals Quarterback Jake Browning Crashes Tyler Boyd's Media Session With Praise For Wide Receiver: 'A Big Unsung Hero'
"My locker mate the whole year," Browning said about Boyd. "A big part of helping me bounce back when I throw three picks in a game. And I think underrated part of the whole locker room, the receiver room, we got a ton of talent there, but a big unsung hero of the locker room. And I hope he's back, but wherever he goes lucky to have him in the locker room."

Bengals Respond To Taylor-Made Culture: 'Having A Winning Season For Zac'
"What was most important was winning this game. Having a winning season for Zac," said left tackle Orlando Brown, who had only been on playoff teams until this season. "For me, personally, that was really important.”

Bengals Finish Off Winning Season In Winning Fashion, 31-14 Over Browns
Meanwhile, with four catches for 19 yards, wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase became the third Bengal to have 100 catches and running back Joe Mixon bulled for 111 yards on just 14 carries for his fourth 1,000-yard season.

Everything Zac Taylor Had To Say After The Browns-Bengals Game
"It was. We challenged these guys to start the game the right way and to go into the half up 24-0 was great. I'm proud of the way our defense (played) through three quarters — held them to zero. I'm proud of the offense for finishing the last scoring drive with a 99-yard drive.”

Bengals’ Jake Browning interrupts Tyler Boyd interview for good cause
Boyd, potentially playing his final game before leaving in free agency with the Bengals, got some unexpected very public support from a teammate after the game, though.

3 Bengals who will be one and done with the franchise
The common theme with all three of these players is that they underwhelmed. Two of them were veterans who have spent the first four years or so of their careers with one team and then joined the Bengals in the offseason. The other player was a rookie who was a massive disappointment despite coming in with all sorts of hype.

Why Bengals DC Lou Anarumo could become a head coach this cycle
Anarumo was a finalist for the Arizona Cardinals vacancy last year that went to Jonathan Gannon. This year, it's harder to gauge where the fifth-year defensive coordinator stands after the Bengals missed the playoffs for the first time in three seasons.