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Could a new head coach in Cincinnati also mean that a new quarterback comes hand-in-hand?

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Bengals news:

Will new Bengals coach be able to improve Billy Price and John Ross? – The Athletic

The Bengals’ past two first-round picks haven’t performed up to their draft status, but a new head coach could be the answer to getting them there.

BX: Now things get interesting in Cincinnati Bengals search — Enquirer

As the search goes into its second week, the real test of the team takes center stage.

Marvin Lewis Community Fund to continue supporting Cincinnati students

Marvin Lewis may no longer be the coach of the Cincinnati Bengals, but his commitment to the city and its students remains.

Oddsmakers give Bill Lazor best odds at Bengals’ head-coach gig

The Bengals have their hands full as they search for their next head coach. That said, updated odds have Bill Lazor as the most likely option.

Cleveland Browns: Could Gregg Williams pull a Hue?

If the Cleveland Browns do go with a coach other than Gregg Williams, could he make like Hue Jackson and head south to coach the Cincinnati Bengals?

Bengals 2018 season in review and a look ahead to 2019 | WKRC

CINCINNATI (WKRC) - As the Bengals continue their search for a new head coach to replace Marvin Lewis here is a look back at the good and the bad from the 2018 season and a look ahead to who might have breakthrough seasons on offense and defense in 2019...

Around the league:

Steelers expected to hear trade offers for Antonio Brown -

The Steelers are expected to consider trade requests for WR Antonio Brown prior to the start of free agency, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports, according to sources informed of the situation.

Fewer people watched NFL games in 2018, but those who watched watched more – ProFootballTalk

The NFL’s TV viewership increased by an average of 5 percent per game this season. But it would be inaccurate to say that more people watched the NFL in 2018 than in 2017. In fact, fewer people watched football in 2018. But ratings increased because those who did watch the NFL watched more of it.

2019 NFL Mock Draft: Raiders snag Quinnen Williams, three quarterbacks go in the top 11 -

From backup to superstar, Quinnen Williams lands at No. 4, and three signal-callers go early.

Cowboys run past Seahawks, into Divisional Round -

The Cowboys will have a chance to play in their first NFC title game since the 1995 season after edging the Seahawks, 24-22, in a wild-card game on Saturday at AT&T Stadium.

Colts bully Texans in dominant wild-card round victory | Pro Football Weekly

No. 6 seed Indianapolis now heads to Arrowhead to face high-flying Chiefs