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SportBengals 'terrified' they’ll get in trouble over plan to hire Zac Taylor

21:41  11 january  2019
21:41  11 january  2019 Source:   nbcsports.com

Marvin Lewis out as Bengals coach after 16 seasons

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They have tabbed Rams quarterbacks coach Zac Taylor as the head coach they look to hire when Los Angeles' season ends, according to multiple reports. Teams are not allowed to officially hire any coach still alive in the playoffs until they have been eliminated. Cincinnati's offensive coordinator and

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Word emerged on Thursday that the Bengals plan to hire Rams quarterbacks coach Zac Taylor when the L.A. season ends. And the Bengals will now be sweating bullets until the L.A. season ends.

Per a league source, the Bengals currently are “terrified” that the league will investigate whether they violated the constantly-violated rules regarding the making of offers to head-coaching candidates before offers can be made.

That’s how the league often enforces the rules. Sure, plenty of teams break the rules. But that never stops the league from investigating whether one specific team in one specific situation broke the rule, imposing discipline on that specific team for breaking the rule, and ignoring the widely-known reality that others have routinely broken the rules.

Broncos reportedly interested in Mike Munchak, Zac Taylor, among others for HC

Broncos reportedly interested in Mike Munchak, Zac Taylor, among others for HC The Broncos’ interest in John Harbaugh appears to have cooled. A potential trade for the Ravens head coach is not on the Broncos’ radar, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com. Neither is a once-discussed reunion with Mike Shanahan, per Denver7’s Troy Renck. Former Denver offensive coordinator and recently fired Dolphins head coach Adam Gase is also out of the picture. One more candidate John Elway is hoping to meet with emerged Monday afternoon, however, Rams quarterbacks coach Zac Taylor, per Tom Pelissero of NFL.com. Both the Bengals and Cardinals have already sought summits with the 35-year-old Taylor. Taylor already has a meeting scheduled with the Broncos, per SNY.

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Zac Taylor (born May 10, 1983) is an American football coach and former quarterback who is the Quarterbacks coach for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL).

Last year, everyone knew that the Colts had offered the head-coaching job to Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, and that McDaniels had accepted. But it couldn’t be official or formal until the Patriots’ season ended, and then the Patriots talked McDaniels (who already was having misgivings) out of going.

The thinking is that other candidates were informed that Taylor is the choice, and that Taylor has informed colleagues that he is the choice. If that’s true, the line may have been crossed, and the electronic paper trial would easily prove it.

So, yes, the Bengals are now worried that the league will come down on them. Even though the league has always looked the other way regarding every instance where that rule was being violated — and where everyone knew it.

Cardinals reportedly interviewed Hue Jackson for OC.
The Cardinals added another name to their offensive coordinator search on Friday, interviewing former Browns coach Hue Jackson, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. After being fired from the Browns midseason, Jackson took a job on Marvin Lewis’ staff in Cincinnati, where he had previously served as offensive coordinator. Jackson received an interview for the Bengals’ head coaching gig after they fired Lewis, but the job ended up going to Rams quarterbacks coach Zac Taylor. If Jackson does get the job, it would reunite him with Vance Joseph, who recently signed on to be Arizona’s defensive coordinator.

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