CINCINNATI/January 03, 2018(AP)(STL.News)— The assistant head Coach is gone, but the head coach is coming back for a 16th try at a playoff victory. And so it goes in Cincinnati.
In a what-have-you-done lately league, the Bengals remain the outlier. Marvin Lewis met with the media on Wednesday, a day after getting a two-year extension, and talked in general terms about how his team needs to change.
He said the things he’s said many times during the second-longest active coaching tenure in the NFL, behind only Bill Belichick. Unlike the New England coach, Lewis has yet to win a playoff game.
One change: Lewis wanted more control over the coaching staff. Paul Alexander, the assistant head coach and offensive line coach for 23 seasons, was fired.
By JOE KAY by Associated Press, published on STL.NEWS by St. Louis Media, LLC (US)
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