The Cincinnati Bengals have signed a two-year contract extension with head coach Marvin Lewis to keep him at the helm through 2019. Lewis met with the team’s ownership on Monday to discuss the future plans. The Bengals missed the playoffs at the end of the season with a 7–9 record. Lewis’ contract and his 15th season as head coach came to an end with a 31–27 victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. Under Lewis, the Bengals are 0–7 in the playoffs, which is the worst postseason coaching record in NFL history. However, his 125 career victories for the Bengals are the most in franchise history. Lewis is the second-longest active tenured coach in the NFL behind Bill Belichick’s 18 years with the New England Patriots.
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