Carlos Dunlap

Cincinnati Bengals #96 - Defensive End

  • Born: 02/28/89
  • Age: 25
  • Height: 6-6
  • Weight: 280
  • Seasons: 5

Atkins' eventual return offers two questions


There have been multiple suggestions when Geno Atkins could eventually return. Unfortunately, when he returns isn't necessarily the most important question. Will he ever be the same?

Bengals coaches and players 'raving' about Lamur


Emmanuel Lamur was projected as a starting linebacker in nickel defense packages, as he was the team's best coverage linebacker and was in for a big season after a promising rookie season.

Bengals need to keep Bringing the Heat in 2014


The Bengals defense has been among the league's best in a number pf categories, particularly at rushing the passer.

Cumulative Effect of Pressuring NFL Quarterbacks


Hitting and hurrying quarterbacks is just as effective at throwing them of their game as actual sacks.

Marvin Jones tabbed Bengals' Secret Superstar


Marvin Jones should have another a great year in 2014 after exploding onto the scene in 2013.

Regrading Bengals' 2010 NFL Draft Class


John Harris of the Sideline View re-grades every team's 2010 NFL Draft class.

Second-round mock has Missouri DE Kony Ealy

Ealy has been consistently "mocked" to the Bengals during the predraft process. If Cincinnati goes defensive line in the second round, names like Timmy Jernigan, Scott Crichton, Karem Martin,...

Cowboys Draft 2014: Scouting Will Clarke


BTB's series of scouting reports covering the players the Cowboys brought in as national visitors, continues with West Virginia Edge Rusher, Will Clarke

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...

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."

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