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Marvin Lewis | DT

Team: Cincinnati Bengals
Age / DOB:  (57) / 9/23/1958
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Speaking Monday, Bengals coach Marvin Lewis confirmed he'll be back for 2016.
Lewis is coming off his seventh playoff loss in as many tries with the Bengals, but owner Mike Brown values continuity. The playoff losses are the headline, but Lewis' team has turned into an annual contender. 2016 will be his 14th season in Cincinnati. Jan 11 - 3:29 PM

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ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Bengals have "no plans" to fire coach Marvin Lewis.

Lewis' team collapsed in stupefying fashion Saturday — dropping him to 0-7 in the playoffs, including 0-5 over the past five years — but it's hardly surprising he won't be going anywhere. Lewis has more job security than a Supreme Court justice. The fact that Andy Dalton was sidelined Saturday also can't be ignored. 2016 will be Lewis' 14th season in Cincinnati.
Jan 10 - 2:49 PM

Bengals signed coach Marvin Lewis to a one-year contract extension through 2016.

This has been standard procedure in recent seasons to avoid making Lewis a "lame duck" head coach. He's on the Tom Coughlin Plan and seems to control his own destiny in Cincinnati. Lewis, 56, is entering his 13th season atop the helm with the Bengals, but sports an ugly 0-6 postseason record.
Wed, Apr 22, 2015 11:29:00 AM

The Bengals were awarded extra third- and fourth-round compensatory picks in the 2015 NFL Draft.

Cincinnati was one of the three teams, including the Patriots and Chiefs, awarded an extra third-rounder. The Bengals are never major players in free agency, and they were awarded extra picks for losing RE Michael Johnson and OT Anthony Collins last offseason. Johnson and Collins, of course, were both cut by the Bucs after one year in Tampa, and Johnson ended up back in Cincinnati. The Ravens also did well, earning an extra fourth-rounder and two fifths.
Mon, Mar 23, 2015 09:53:00 PM

Bengals signed coach Marvin Lewis to a one-year contract extension through 2015.

Lewis, 55, has been at the helm in Cincinnati since 2003 and is the second-longest tenured head coach in the league, behind only Bill Belichick. Unfortunately for the Bengals and Lewis, he hasn't had nearly the success. Lewis owns a career 90-85-1 regular season record to go along with an 0-5 mark in the playoffs. He checked in as our own Patrick Daugherty's 12th-best head coach. Daugherty's entire coaching ranks are accessible at the link below.
Fri, Mar 14, 2014 12:24:00 PM

HBO confirmed Monday that the Bengals will be the featured team on this year's edition of Hard Knocks.

It will be the Bengals' second appearance on the popular training camp reality show after they were featured in 2009. Clubs are famously leery of appearing on the program out of fear it will be a "distraction," but two of the past three featured teams have gone on to make the playoffs, including the 2009-10 Bengals.
Mon, Jun 17, 2013 12:36:00 PM

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Skill Players
PosRoleName
QB1Andy Dalton
2A.J. McCarron
3Keith Wenning
RB1Jeremy Hill
2Giovani Bernard
3Rex Burkhead
4Cedric Peerman
5Bronson Hill
GLB1Jeremy Hill
2Giovani Bernard
3RB1Giovani Bernard
2Jeremy Hill
FB1Ryan Hewitt
WR11A.J. Green
2Mario Alford
WR21James Wright
2Jake Kumerow
3Michael Bennett
WR31Mario Alford
TE1Tyler Eifert
2Tyler Kroft
3C.J. Uzomah
4Matt Lengel
5John Peters
LT1Andrew Whitworth
2Jake Fisher
LG1Clint Boling
2Trey Hopkins
C1Russell Bodine
2T.J. Johnson
RG1Kevin Zeitler
RT1Cedric Ogbuehi
2Darryl Baldwin
K1Mike Nugent