Carl Lawson not prepared to discuss the future

Ideally, Carl Lawson would’ve gotten an agreement augmentation this previous Summer. The Cincinnati Bengals have inclined toward Lawson giving their whole pass rush this season, and the 25-year old edge defender has set himself up to sign a sizable second agreement this offseason.

Lawson has at least one more game with the Bengals this Sunday against the Ravens, and when gotten some information about wanting to re-visitation of Cincinnati one year from now, Lawson would not like to reply and claims that things are “going well.” He revealed to ESPN’s Ben Baby he’s very superstitious, which clarifies the absence of answer.

A fourth-round pick from Cincinnati’s 2017 NFL Draft class, Lawson peaked at the right time. He spent half of the 2018 season on the Reserve/Injured list with a torn ACL and was never entirely healthy for the 2019 season. It seemed well and good why the Bengals decided to let Lawson play out his rookie agreement, and it bodes well why remaining healthy for the whole 2020 season was one of Lawson’s three goals.

Players and coaches can be uncertain when discussing the future during the season, so it’s not unordinary for Lawson to evade inquiries concerning his impending free agency status.

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