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Tagged: Zac Taylor (5 Results)

Jan
5

Bengals retain head coach Taylor

With a handful of teams announcing the firing of their respective head coaches, the Cincinnati Bengals took a different approach on Monday by confirming that head coach Zac Taylor will beMore retained for a third season. The Bengals finished the 2020 regular season in last place in the AFC North with a 4-11-1 record. In two seasons as the Bengals head coach, Taylor has produced a 6-25-1 record. Despite the .203 winning percentage and lack of head coaching experience, Taylor will return for at least another season. Less

Source: Cincinnati Enquirer

Around the NFL: Bengals stay the course

The Bengals are sticking with Zac Taylor. They’ve gone only 2-14 and 4-11-1 the last two years, but they’re not making a coaching change. That’s surprising. I thought they might have given more consideration to maybe bringing in somebody new.  more »

Feb
18

Thumbs up on Dalton recovery

Cincinnati quarterback ANDY DALTON is recovering nicely from a thumb injury that ended his 2018 season early. Dalton tore a tendon in November that cost him the last five games ofMore the season, but he said recently that his throwing thumb is just fine now. Dalton added that his range of motion is back to normal. When Dalton returns to action in 2019, it will be under the guidance of new head coach Zac Taylor. Less

Source: Team Website

Feb
7

Bengals WR Green out of walking boot

Cincinnati wide receiver A.J. GREEN is out of his walking boot as he continues to recover from a December surgery on his big toe. Based on the recovery of other wideoutsMore that have had a similar injury, Green could return to the field by May or June. When he does return, he will be working with new head coach Zac Taylor. Less

Source: Team Website

Feb
7

Bengals name Taylor as head coach

The Cincinnati Bengals officially announced Zac Taylor as the 10th head coach in franchise history. The move was expected, but no official announcement was allowed by the NFL until the seasonMore ended for the Los Angeles Rams. Taylor, 35, is an up-and-coming offensive mind, although he has yet to prove himself at any level as a head coach. Less

Source: Cincinnati Enquirer

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