Carlos Dunlap was not dissatisfied with his role in the Cincinnati Bengals defense. In response, Bangladesh put the hole grabber at home.
According to informed sources, NFL network insider Ian Rapoport reported on Wednesday that Bangladesh told Dunlap to stay at home instead of going to work because the team is sorting out Own future.
Rapperport reported over the weekend that Cincinnati had active talks around Dunlap, and both sides hoped for a new start. These negotiations will continue.
Keeping Dunlap out was the first step for Cincinnati to abandon the veterans in some way.
During the game, the veteran quarreled with his assistant on the sidelines. Since week 5, Dunlap’s snapshots have been cut in half. In the past 3 games, after scoring 71 points in Week 3, the marginal sprinter only took 66 snapshots.
Dunlap also performed well on social media, saying that he is selling his home. Onlookers and social media dissatisfaction led the team to tell the 11-year-old professional player to stay home.
The next step is for the Bengals to move on from the edge of their previous Pro Bowl, who spent his entire career in Cincinnati. In those 11 seasons, Dunlap produced 82.5 sacks and 490 tackles. In seven games in 2020, he has a sack and 18 tackles.