There was no in-person “Radio Row” main as much as this 12 months’s Super Bowl resulting from COVID-19 restrictions, however that didn’t cease a former Bengals nice from making his voice heard this week.
Carlos Dunlap, now with the Seattle Seahawks, made an look on CBS Sports activities’ The Zach Gelb Show on Thursday. Dunlap and Gelb mentioned Honey Uninhibited, Dunlap’s Miami-based restaurant, Dunlap’s half-season with the Seahawks, and naturally, Dunlap’s departure from the Bengals.
On posting the portion of the staff’s depth chart that had him on the backside, Dunlap stated he did that to present followers readability concerning reviews of him not being pleased with the teaching employees. He stated that “wasn’t the nail within the coffin” for him and his time with Cincinnati, however fairly when he marketed his home as on the market after the staff’s Week 7 loss to the Cleveland Browns.
Dunlap, who simply completed his eleventh season within the league, stated that “there’s a variety of love and respect nonetheless for Cincinnati” and that the Bengals’ entrance workplace nonetheless reaches out to him on occasion. Dunlap’s beef was particularly with the teaching employees and the entrance workplace didn’t need him to be traded, however in the long run, they honored his request.
When requested whether or not or not head coach Zac Taylor and defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo have been the fitting individuals to construct the Bengals again up, Dunlap might solely touch upon what he knew.
“I can’t reply that query, I don’t have that have,” Dunlap stated. “I simply know that they’re dedicated to no matter their imaginative and prescient is, and it’s clear that I used to be not a type of items. And it looks as if A.J. [Green] and Geno [Atkins]’s time is coming, too. I assume it’s the altering of the guard. They need new faces.”
Jay Morrison of The Athletic transcribed most of Dunlap’s solutions on his Twitter, so we extremely advocate you test that out here.