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Bengals coordinators interviewing for other jobs

By JOE KAY
AP Sports Writer

CINCINNATI (AP) - The Bengals' two coordinators have interviews set up for head coaching jobs. Marvin Lewis isn't going anywhere after yet another playoff loss. And apparently, Andy Dalton is still firmly in the club's future plans, too.

A 24-10 loss to San Diego on Sunday gave the Bengals a share of NFL playoff history. They've tied the league record for most consecutive seasons with an opening-round playoff loss - three and counting.

They've got the sixth-longest streak of postseason futility in NFL history at 23 years. And Lewis is second all-time in consecutive playoff losses for a head coach, now 0-5.

Offensive coordinator Jay Gruden and defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer set up job interviews Monday for later in the week.

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