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Pete Carroll on Carlos Dunlap trade: “He’s classically what you’re looking for as an edge rusher”

The Seattle Seahawks badly needed a boost to their puss rush. They’re hoping Carlos Dunlap will be able to provide it. Seattle acquired Dunlap from the Cincinnati Bengals on Wednesday in exchange for interior offensive lineman B.J. Finney and a 2021 seventh-round draft pick. “We’re always looking,” head coach Pete Carroll said of the trade. [more]

Knee injury keeps Jadeveon Clowney out of Wednesday’s practice

Titans defensive end Jadeveon Clowney injured his left knee in Sunday’s loss to the Steelers. He was not ready to practice Wednesday. The team lists him as a non-participant because of his knee injury. Clowney played 58 of 79 defensive snaps Sunday and made four tackles, a pass breakup, a quarterback hit and a forced [more]

Joe Mixon remains out of practice for Bengals

Running back Joe Mixon missed practice all of last week with a foot injury before sitting out the loss to the Browns and the start of this week did not bring a change to that status. Mixon is not practicing on Wednesday as the Bengals prepare to host the Titans in Week 8. Head coach [more]

B.J. Finney, seventh-round pick to Cincinnati for Carlos Dunlap

When word of the trade sending defensive end Carlos Dunlap from Cincinnati to Seattle first surfaced, there wasn’t mention of the specific compensation going back to the Bengals. That compensation is now known. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that offensive lineman B.J. Finney and a seventh-round pick are heading to Seattle. Finney has played 29 [more]

Seahawks trade for Carlos Dunlap

Carlos Dunlap has been looking for a way out of Cincinnati and the Seahawks have been looking for pass rushing help, so it’s not a great surprise that they’ve found each other. According to multiple reports, the Bengals have agreed to trade their longtime edge rusher to Seattle. The compensation set to go to Cincinnati [more]

Report: Bengals tell Carlos Dunlap to stay home Wednesday

Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap has not kept his unhappiness with his current role on the team a secret and it appears that an end to his run in Cincinnati may be in the near future. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the Bengals have told Dunlap to stay home rather than come into [more]

NFL moves Bengals-Steelers game in Week 10 to 4:25 p.m. ET

The NFL has shifted the times and dates of games this season for COVID-19 reasons, but a change announced on Tuesday has nothing to do with the impact of the coronavirus. The league announced that the Week 10 game between the Bengals and Steelers will kick off at 4:25 p.m. ET. It was originally scheduled [more]

Report: Quinton Spain visiting, likely to sign with Bengals

The Bengals may be getting some veteran offensive line help. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported on Sunday that former Bills and Titans guard Quinton Spain would visit with the team. Tyler Dragon of the Cincinnati Enquirer reported Monday that Spain is expected to sign with the team assuming all goes well with that meeting [more]

Report: Bengals don’t think Jonah Williams’ neck injury is overly serious

The Bengals saw a pair of offensive linemen leave Sunday’s game against the Browns because of injuries and there’s some hope that left tackle Jonah Williams‘ absence won’t be an extended one. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that early indications are that his neck injury is not “overly serious.” It may be enough to [more]

Report: Kristian Fulton will miss a few games with knee injury

The Titans will not have cornerback Kristian Fulton this week after the second-round choice injured his knee during Sunday’s loss to the Steelers. Fulton will miss a few weeks, Paul Kuharsky of paulkuharsky.com reports. The Titans’ top three corners are Malcolm Butler, Adoree' Jackson and Fulton, but Jackson has yet to play after injuring his [more]

Baker Mayfield: Odell Beckham told me to “go be great” in second half

The Browns lost wide receiver Odell Beckham to a knee injury early in Sunday’s game against the Bengals, but Beckham was still able to find a way to help quarterback Baker Mayfield rally the team. After throwing his fifth touchdown pass of the day and third of the fourth quarter to cap a 37-34 win, [more]

Joe Burrow on pace to break rookie record for passing yards

Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow is racking up passing yards like no other rookie in NFL history. Burrow passed for 406 yards today against the Browns, giving him 2,023 through seven games of his rookie season. That puts Burrow on pace for 4,624 passing yards this season, which would break the NFL’s rookie record, set by [more]

Carlos Dunlap continues to be at odds with the Bengals

Defensive end Carlos Dunlap‘s long relationship with the Bengals continues to look like it is approaching an ugly end. Dunlap has not been shy about sharing his displeasure with a diminished role on the team’s defense this season and his frustrations appeared to boil over late in Sunday’s loss to the Browns. Dunlap and an [more]

Report: Early indications on Odell Beckham’s knee not good

Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham will be headed for tests on his injured knee on Monday. Head coach Kevin Stefanski said after the 37-34 win over the Bengals that Beckham will go for an MRI as doctors evaluate the extent of the damage to his knee. There was no discussion about any initial diagnosis, but [more]

Browns come back, beat Bengals

The Browns had a rough game today in Cincinnati, but in the end they did just enough to win. The Browns lost Odell Beckham to a knee injury and struggled for much of the game on both sides of the ball, but Baker Mayfield ended up throwing five touchdown passes, including a game-winner in the [more]

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