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Bengals News (1/7): Cincinnati gets an interview request blocked

Week In Review: Coaching Search Heats Up
Bengals.com Senior Writer Geoff Hobson reported the Bengals have already interviewed as many candidates as they did before they hired Lewis in January 2003. That is before they are believed to jet to a two-city road trip this weekend to make it eight interviews by the time Sunday’s Wild Card Games are underway.

Cincinnati Bengals’ end of season awards
The awards handed out are as follows: MVP, Offensive Player of the Year, Coach of the year, Rookie of the Year, Most Improved, Most Disappointing, Best Celebration, Worst Celebration, Most Influential Moment, Most Surprising Moment, Least Surprising Moment, Most Viral Moment, Most Important Play of the Year, Coolest Play of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, Comeback Player of the Year, Most Exhausting Storyline, Most Repetitive Storyline, Most Powerful Storyline, Best Drive, Most Defining Stat, Most Underrated Player, Best Game, Best Photo and Quote of the Year.

Vikings reportedly won’t bring aboard Hue Jackson
For a moment, it seemed like Mike Zimmer and the Minnesota Vikings might hire away Hue Jackson before the Cincinnati Bengals could keep him in town.

Marvin Lewis Community Fund will continue despite Lewis’ departure
The Marvin Lewis Community Fund, which has given away numerous scholarships and provided many different programs to kids throughout the tri-state, will continue for at least the short-term future, according to WCPO.

Patrick Mahomes endorses Bengals head-coach target Eric Bieniemy
Let Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes tell it, the Cincinnati Bengals are targeting the right guy for their vacant head-coach position.

Report: Broncos blocked Falcons, Bengals from interviewing Gary Kubiak
The Broncos blocked a request by the Falcons to interview Gary Kubiak for their open offensive coordinator position, according to a report by Adam Schefter at ESPN.

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FMIA Wild-Card Weekend: Double-Doink Misses, Grass-Green Stains and One Golden Grab
BALTIMORE — Five New York sportswriters waited here for the 8:34 p.m. Amtrak Acela to New York on Sunday inside the Java Moon Café at Penn Station. Two TVs and maybe 15 folks in the joint. The five had covered the Philip Rivers Feel Good Story down the street earlier, and now the last game of Wild-Card Weekend was unfolding on 36-inch TVs in the Java Moon, which had seen better days.

Best 2019 NFL draft prospects in Alabama, Clemson College Football Playoff national title game
The Alabama Crimson Tide and Clemson Tigers meet again on Monday night (8 ET, ESPN/WatchESPN) in the College Football Playoff national title game, and some of the best talent to hit the stage in April’s NFL draft will be on full display.

Bears OT Charles Leno’s Message to Fans Threatening Cody Parkey: ‘F–k You’
Chicago Bears offensive tackle Charles Leno Jr. defended teammate Cody Parkey after Parkey’s missed 43-yard field goal doomed the Bears to a 16-15 defeat in the NFC Wild Card Round on Sunday.

The Nick Foles Legend Grows in Win over Bears Marked by Controversy, Disbelief
We keep waiting for the wheels to fall off the Nick Foles carriage. But they don’t. Foles instead has added some rims to it. Some hydraulics. And the Nick Foles carriage is now a sweet ride—built like a tank but rolls smooth like a Lexus.

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