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Bengals News (1/9): Why Jake Browning will very likely be back in Cincinnati next season

The Bengals and Jake Browning are in a very unique situation that likely ends with him as a Bengal next season.

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Here's Why Jake Browning Will Be Back With Cincinnati Bengals Next Season
"I feel like I’m one of the top 32 quarterbacks in the world, and I just so happen to be on a roster with a guy who’s proven that he’s a top five quarterback in the world," Browning said. "What that looks like going forward, I have no idea, nor do I have any control. So, I’m not going to think about it a ton."

Bengals Roster Moves: Players Signed to Reserve/Future Contracts
The Bengals today signed nine players to Reserve/Future contracts. They will not count on the team's active list until Feb. 12, the Monday after the Super Bowl. Eight of the players finished the season on the team's Practice Squad, while one finished on the Practice Squad/Injured list.

Quick Hits: Joe Burrow Hopeful Of Throwing In Spring; Zac Taylor Says Bengals' Efficiency At Avoiding Giveaways And Penalties Good Place To Start Offseason Review
"Lifting legs, doing a lot of core, doing the upper body where we can," Burrow said. "It's tough without being able to grab or do anything like that. But we're modifying it in ways that keep me in good physical shape, and just going to keep getting better as the wrist gets better too."

Panthers have several interview requests, including Bengals coordinator Brian Callahan
He has spent 14 seasons with the Chiefs, three in his current role. Tillis also has worked as director of football administration (2017-20) and director of salary cap and football operations analytics (2014-16) after originally joining the club in 2010 as a salary cap/contract analyst.

Las Vegas Raiders Request Interview With Cincinnati Bengals Executive Trey Brown for General Manager Job
Brown, 38, interviewed for the Raiders general manager job in 2022. He joined the Bengals in 2021 as a scout and was promoted to senior personnel executive the following year.

Joe Burrow wants Tee Higgins back - 'What being a Bengal is all about'
In his first news conference since going on injured reserve in November, Burrow offered emphatic support for wide receiver Tee Higgins to return in 2024. Higgins, a fellow member of Burrow's 2020 draft class, is entering the final year of his rookie deal.

Bengals secure 18th pick in 2024 NFL draft order
Finishing the regular season at 9-8, the Bengals boast the latest pick in the order of any non-playoff team this year after playing in an AFC North in which every team finished with a winning record and sent three of the four to the postseason.

Bengals get to brink of playoffs without Burrow but now face decisions on many free agents
After Joe Burrow was lost for the season with a wrist injury in November, coach Zac Taylor insisted the Bengals had been built to win even without their franchise quarterback.