Bengals News: Carlos Dunlap, Joe Burrow jersey sales, and more

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In Bengals news, former Cincinnati Bengals defender Carlos Dunlap is heading to the Super Bowl as a member of the Kansas City Chiefs. Also in Bengals news, Joe Burrow had top jersey sales in the UK.

Dunlap played for the Bengals for 11 seasons before spending two years with the Seahawks and this past season in Kansas City. He appeared in all 17 games for the Chiefs and had four sacks during the regular season.

Dunlap was happy to have defeated his former team in the AFC title game but noted that Joe Burrow is the future of the NFL.

Speaking of Burrow, the British appear to be big fans of his as he led the United Kingdom in jersey sales!

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Carlos Dunlap: Joe Burrow is the future of the NFL [Josh Alper, Pro Football Talk]

"Chiefs defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo shares Dunlap’s view of where things are going for Burrow. He complimented the quarterback’s “killer instinct” and called him “a young Tom Brady” while talking about how much respect he has for Burrow as a player."

From Alper's article

NFL UK Announces Joe Burrow Led British Jersey Sales During 2022-23 Season [Russ Heltman, SI]

This is pretty cool! Burrow might have an opportunity to play in his first international game during the 2023 season.

Predicting who stays and who goes in Bengals 2023 free agency [Stripe Hype]

I gave my best effort and predicting which free agents would stay in Cincinnati and which ones would depart.

Next. Every Bengals Player Hitting Free Agency in 2023. dark

NFL rules expert admits there’s a clear issue why NFL officiating suffers [Josh Wilson, FanSided]

"NFL referees and officials play a crucial part in the game. Impartial to the outcome, they are the only thing ensuring games are played fairly and without compromise to the rules so that outcomes aren’t on scales tilted by anything other than talent and preparation."

From Wilson's article