CINCINNATI — After Carlos Dunlap has expressed his unhappiness with the state of the Bengals, the team has told the defensive end to stay home Wednesday as the front office works out what's next for him.
When asked about being told to stay home, Dunlap said when they go low, we go high.
All of this comes after Dunlap lashed out after the Bengals lost to the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Dunlap has been vocal online about his displeasure with the team recently.
Dunlap has been with the Bengals since 2010, and this season he has 18 tackles in addition to one sack.