• Bengals, Dunlap agree to 6-year extension

    Summary of 10 articles · Updated Jul 16, 2013
    • Dunlap: 'I still think I'm a steal'

      Carlos Dunlap thinks the Bengals "got a steal" in the wake of his five-year, $40 million extension and he says it is going to continue to fuel his quest to accomplish such goals as going to the Pro Bowl and winning a Super Bowl.
      Source: bengals.com
    • Dunlap looking to sink his teeth

      Carlos Dunlap thinks the Bengals "got a steal" in the wake of his five-year, $40 million extension and he says it is going to continue to fuel his quest to accomplish such goals as going to the Pro Bowl and winning a Super Bowl.
      Source: bengals.com
    • Dunlap deal sets stage for Johnson departure

      The Bengals took a page from their AFC North neighbors the Steelers yesterday, signing defensive end Carlos Dunlap to an extension while leaving Michael Johnson to work this year under the franchise tag. So with Dunlap playing the role of Steelers wideo…
    • Dunlap deal signals targeting of D-line

      The last day to sign right end Michael Johnson in 2013 for the long term turned out to be the first day of left end Carlos Dunlap's long haul with the Bengals for what is believed to be a contract extension for six years and $40 million.
      Source: bengals.com

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