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Carlos Dunlap seems to really want out of Cincinnati

Carlos Dunlap is pulling a Costanza in Cincinnati.

Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap (96) starts the game as a backup in the first quarter of the NFL Week 7 game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Cleveland Browns at Paul Brown Stadium in downtown Cincinnati on Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020. Sam Greene via Imagn Content Services, LLC

It has been quite the 36 hours on social media for Cincinnati Bengals edge rusher Carlos Dunlap. He seems to be making it clear he wants out as soon as possible, and with the trade deadline approaching, maybe something comes of it.

On Saturday morning, a Bengals beat writer spotted a Dunlap Instagram post in which he posted the team’s defensive line edge rotations.

On Sunday, following the team’s heartbreaking loss to the Cleveland Browns, Dunlap put his house on the market. SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY!

Dunlap is signed through 2021, but he would seem to be pulling a Costanza in trying to get fired. Costanza was hoping to take a job with the Mets, but had to be fired first by the Yankees. Dunlap seems unhappy and looking for a new spot, but it’s not entirely clear if it’s just the Bengals struggles or what that has him trying to force his way out.