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Week In Review: Simmons Signs Extension


Week In Review: Darrin Simmons Signs An Extension

The status quo on the coaches means that special teams coordinator Darrin Simmons returns for an 18th season running the Bengals kicking game as the dean at his position in the NFL. That's always a hot topic around this time of year because Simmons is always sure to have plenty of suitors as one of the top assistants in the league.

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Quick Hits: Simmons, Blake and Burrow

It appears Bengals head coach Zac Taylor, who has added an assistant head coach title for Simmons, would like to fill any staff vacancies in time for the club's Jan. 19 departure for Mobile, Ala. But there is no drop-dead date and the jobs could be finalized after they coach the South in the Jan. 25 Senior Bowl. This and other notes in the latest quick hits.

And The Envelope Please For Bengals.Com Trophies

The awards assembly has gathered in the Paul Brown Stadium draft room because there is no time to spare. Even when the last bit of business is handing out our awards for the 2019 season.

Q&A with Senior Bowl Executive Director Jim Nagy

The Bengals will coach the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala. on Jan. 25. talked with Senior Bowl Executive Director Jim Nagy about what the team and fans can expect.

Senior Moments Have Paid Off For Bengals

For the first time since they can remember the Bengals are coaching the South in college football's biggest all-star game set for Saturday, Jan. 25. So if LSU quarterback Joe Burrow ends up in the Senior Bowl, he would figure to be coached by a Bengals staff projected to take him with the first pick in the April 23-25 NFL Draft.

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