Marvin Lewis said he doesn't know if Sunday's 31-27 win against the Baltimore Ravens was his last game as head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals. Lewis said he would like to coach, but it's not as simple as Brown extending an offer and Lewis accepting. "It's more complicated than that," Lewis said. Lewis, whose contract is expiring, said he and Bengals owner Mike Brown will have a talk on Monday morning and go from there. Multiple Bengals players said they don't know what Lewis' future holds, and his assistants seem in the dark as well. Although Lewis and Brown talk every day, Lewis has maintained that his future has not been a topic of discussion, and a decision is not necessarily expected by Monday. Lewis currently has his end of the season media conference scheduled for Monday at noon ET. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Dec. 17 that Lewis and the Bengals plan to part ways after the season, although Schefter more recently reported on Sunday morning the possibility of Lewis returning was not out of the question.
Lewis says future as Bengals coach is 'complicated'
ESPN | Jan 1