In case you somehow forgot, Carlos Dunlap is one awesome human being.
For the second time in four seasons, the Bengals have nominated Dunlap for the Walter Payton Man of the Year award, which is awarded to the player that best serves his local community and charitable efforts off the field. The honor is one of the most prestigious a player can receive, and the players are nominated by their own teammates, so it’s no understatement that Dunlap’s valuable work off the field has resonated with his teammates.
For the past two NFL seasons, Dunlap and his foundation have been traveling across the country as the Bengals do so when they play on the road to spread anti-bullying literacy to kids all over America. His latest stop was in Baltimore just before Thanksgiving.

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