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Bengals Player Carlos Dunlap Tweets That He’s Selling His House After Losing To The Browns

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Cincinnati Bengals player Carlos Dunlap has no interest in playing for the team, and he made that crystal clear Sunday.

Following a loss to the Cleveland Browns, Dunlap tweeted that his house was up for sale. He wrote, “6000 sqft city view with huge balcony. 4 bedroom. 4.5 bathroom. In one of the best school districts for sale. Do your market analysis and make me offer. Serious inquiries only with proof of funds! Owner is willing to sell furnished or unfurnished!” (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

The tweet has since been deleted. You can see a screenshot of the tweet below.

Not only did Dunlap tweet that he’s trying to sell his house following the loss to the Browns, but he also appeared to get into a verbal altercation with a coach during the action!

Honestly, I kind of respect this move. A lot of pro athletes try to hide their true feelings because it’s viewed as the professional thing to do.

Things are handled internally, and the public never really gets a great look at what’s going on.

 

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Not Dunlap! He argued with a coach during the game, put his house on the market and he’s letting the entire world know that he wants off of the Bengals.

You have to respect how bluntly he’s handling the situation.

 

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I would love to hear the conversation the coaches and executives will be having with him in the near future. Something tells me that it won’t be a fun one!

Either way, Dunlap is quickly becoming one of the most entertaining players in the league.