Carlos Dunlap

Cincinnati Bengals #96 -

  • Born: 02/28/89
  • Age: 25
  • Height: 6-6
  • Weight: 280

MJ "unlikely" to return; Bears clearing space?

On Saturday, Ben Goessling with ESPN was told that Johnson wasn't going back to Cincinnati. On Monday, Josina Anderson (with the same organization) reiterated the obvious conclusion that most of us had already realized.

Pauline stands by source on Carlos Dunlap story

A story surfaced last week that the Bengals could release Carlos Dunlap to free room on the salary cap to re-sign others.

Carolina Panthers and Greg Hardy still negotiating

Hardy is generally considered the top defensive end entering free agency this year with Michael Johnson in second place.

Prisco: Bengals will try to re-sign Johnson

If we could call this time of year anything, we'd love to steal NASCAR's offseason term and call it "The Silly Season."

Hall and Atkins should be ready for training camp

Both players suffered significant injuries in 2013.

Confusing perspective on Carlos Dunlap

One source told a draft expert that the team may be forced to cut Carlos Dunlap to save cap room.

Bengals reiterate they want Michael Johnson back

The only question is whether they can afford to and justify a contract that may pay more than Carlos Dunlap and Michael Johnson.

Bengals not expected to use franchise tag

The Cincinnati Bengals have two starters heading into free agency, and while the team will try to retain one of them, don't expect Cincinnati to use the franchise tag.

Bengals 2014 Roster Analysis: Defensive Ends

We're taking a look at the team's roster heading into the offseason and play out scenarios that could happen this summer.

Dunlap to earn $5.7 million roster bonus in March

Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap is in line to have a major bonus in late March.

Bengals fans and unsold playoff tickets

The story of the Cincinnati Bengals having over 10,000 unsold playoff tickets will gain momentum next week. And it should.

Projected with over $22 million in cap space

The Cincinnati Bengals have one of the best salary cap situations in the NFL and may have over $22 million available under the cap in 2014.

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