Bengals’ Carlos Dunlap tweets, then deletes, that house is for sale after another loss, fight with coach
Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap has clearly reached his boiling point after a brutal 37-34 loss to the Cleveland Browns in the final minutes. After the game, Dunlap announced on Twitter that his house is for sale, though he soon deleted the tweet.
“Serious inquiries only.”
~6000 sqft city view with huge balcony. 4 bedroom. 4.5 bathroom. In one of the best school districts for sale. Do your market analysis and make me offer. Serious inquiries only with proof of funds!
Owner is willing to sell furnished or unfurnished!
The two-time Pro Bowler lost his starting job earlier this season and wrote on Instagram Saturday “I don’t got time for this” alongside a whiteboard image of the Bengals’ depth chart.
Another incident occurred in the dying seconds of Sunday’s game, as he was caught by the camera having a heated exchange with Bengals defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo while getting restrained by defensive line coach Nick Eason. The 31-year-old failed to record a tackle in Sunday’s loss.
Dunlap found himself on the sidelines in what turned out to be a see-saw affair between the two teams. His presence could have made a difference in crunch time as the Bengals failed to protect their lead on the final drive.
Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield took advantage of the situation and fired a long heave to rookie Donovan Peoples-Jones for the game-winning touchdown with 11 seconds left. Mayfield roasted Cincinnati for five touchdowns after a slow start to the game.
With the NFL trade deadline looming around the corner, Dunlap has already made it known loud and clear that he wants out of the Queen City. The Bengals certainly don’t need this type of distraction, so one has to imagine they’re working to find a deal. Of course, they might not be able to get all that much in return at this point.