Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Report: Bengals expected to hold onto Marvin Lewis

The Cincinnati Bengals and coach Marvin Lewis are settling their differences and compromising in a way that will get Lewis to stay as their coach going forward, according to ESPN.
Per the report, a deal should be worked out during the next day.
Lewis has asked the team to upgrade its scouting department and build an indoor facility.
He didn't sign a contract extension offered after last season's playoff appearance.
This year, the Bengals slumped to 4-12.
A deal could be worked out as soon as today.
"I think he wants to be back, and I think everybody wants him back," safety Chris Crocker said. "But it's going to be a decision between him and ownership. One thing is when you lose and you don't have a good season, something changes. You don't know what's going to change."

source: National Football Post
author: Aaron Wilson

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