Published: Mon, December 18, 2017
Sports | By Brandy Patterson

Marvin Lewis, Bengals planning to mutually part ways

Marvin Lewis, Bengals planning to mutually part ways

- Marvin Lewis, the longest tenured head coach in Cincinnati Bengals history, has chose to step down after the 2017 season, sources told ESPN Sunday.

Citing unnamed league sources, ESPN reported before Cincinnati's game at Minnesota on Sunday that the 59-year-old Lewis would like to continue in the NFL after 15 seasons with the Bengals.

If the report didn't open a can of worms, the game certainly did when the Bengals were getting blown out for the second straight week.

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Lewis has been Cincinnati's head coach since 2003.

Lewis accepted the job on January 14, 2003, when the Bengals were coming off the worst season in franchise history (2-14).

As he has done in the past, Lewis willingly opted to enter 2017 on the final year of his contract, but unlike other years, this time he is planning to leave Cincinnati, sources said.

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Marvin Lewis will reportedly be leaving the Cincinnati Bengal after the 2017 season after 15 years as the team's head coach.

With three games left in the season, Lewis is the second-longest tenured coach in the National Football League, behind only Bill Belichick. Lewis is reportedly interested in taking a front-office position if no coaching opportunities are presented to him.

The Bengals (5-8) are scheduled to visit the Vikings (10-3) at 1 p.m. ET Sunday.

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