The Bengal defensive end Carlos Dunlap (Carlos Dunlap) did not keep his current role in the team a secret, and it seems impossible to end the game in Cincinnati in the near future.
NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport reported that the Bangladeshi had told Dunlap to stay at home instead of entering the training facility on Wednesday. The team has discussed trading Dunlap with other clubs, and these conversations are expected to continue when Dunlap is on holiday.
The root cause of Dunlap’s unhappiness was the reduction in game time. When Dunlap quarreled with the assistant coach on the sidelines, they lost to the Browns in their 7th week defeat. This argument and Dunlap’s decision to sell his house’s social media posts were criticized by some other members of the team.
Dunlap has 18 tackles and a sacks this season. Since joining the Bangladesh team as a 2010 second-round pick, he has 82.5 sacks.