Cincinnati Bengals Coach Marvin Lewis Plans To Leave Team After This Season

After 15 seasons in Cincinnati which made him the longest-tenured head coach in franchise history, Marvin Lewis is planning to leave the Bengals after this season to pursue opportunities elsewhere. As he has done in the past, Lewis willingly opted to enter 2017 on the final year of his contract, but unlike in other years, this time he is planning to leave Cincinnati, sources said.  If a head-coaching job does not materialize, sources said Lewis would be interested in working in another team’s front office or as a coaching adviser for a former Bengals assistant coach who has gone on to become a head coach.

Sources: Bengals’ Lewis planning exit after ’17


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