Everyone knows DE Carlos Dunlap is in a contract year. He does not want to take the chance of injury during the OTAs.
Carlos Dunlap is in a huge contract year with the Cincinnati Bengals. He is set to make $7.3 million this year. This contract has been a huge team discount. He averaged $8 million a year when clearly he should be a $20 million a year player. That is what he is hoping for.
Carlos Dunlap will not take the chance of injury during the OTAs. It is a good decision seems a note worthy player have already fallen at the start of OTAs. The Tight End of the LA Chargers Hunter Henry tore his ACL during OTAs and will be out for the season. Dunlap and the Cincinnati Bengals realize how cheap they were getting Dunlap for. There definitely is a need to keep him out till Pre-season starts. He will work out and stay healthy on his own. He can’t afford to get injured during OTAs which is not required to participate in.