Bengals DE Carlos Dunlap offers house for sale after loss to Browns, fight with coach

Jason Owens
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Carlos Dunlap appears to be done with the Cincinnati Bengals.

The two-time Pro Bowl defensive end has spent his entire 11-season career with the Bengals, but seemed to reach his breaking point with the franchise on Sunday.

The Bengals lost a tight game to the rival Cleveland Browns as quarterback Baker Mayfield threw for five touchdowns against the Cincinnati defense.

As time wound down, cameras caught Dunlap in a sideline argument with the coaching staff.

Dunlap: ‘I don’t got time for this’

Dunlap lost his starting job earlier this season and wrote, via Instagram on Saturday “I don’t got time for this” alongside a whiteboard image of the Bengals depth chart.

That post has since been removed.

House for sale in Cincinnati

The 31-year-old failed to record a tackle in Sunday’s loss. Immediately after the game, he announced on Twitter that his house is for sale. “Serious inquiries only.” They read:

The tweets have since been deleted.

The NFL trade deadline is Nov. 3. Dunlap is making clear that he wants to be a part of it.

CINCINNATI, OH - DECEMBER 29, 2019: Defensive end Carlos Dunlap #96 of the Cincinnati Bengals waits for the snap in the third quarter of a game against the Cleveland Browns on December 29, 2019 at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. Cincinnati won 33-23. (Photo by: 2019 Nick Cammett/Diamond Images via Getty Images)
Carlos Dunlap is not taking his new role off the bench in stride. (Nick Cammett/ Getty Images)

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