Cincinnati Bengals accept criticism following social media outrage over ‘The Cart’

CINCINNATI— The Bengals received a lot of national attention late last week when “The Cart” was released for the world to see.

The organization used a rolling cart to hold voice recorders during media interviews throughout training camp and the season. With interviews taking place outdoors due to COVID-19 protocols, the cart was a simple, mobile solution for PR staff.

Last Thursday, the cart became “The Cart” as social media reacted to a photo of Bengals offensive coordinator Brian Callahan being interviewed by local reporters.

National figures ended up weighing in on “The Cart.” The Bengals received a lot of criticism over the next few days. From Damian Woody to Pat McAfee, many former athletes and current TV personalities have been outraged.

Rather than replace him, the Bengals fully embraced “The Cart” by releasing a video ahead of Wednesday’s media session.

It doesn’t look like “The Cart” is going anytime soon. In fact, he looked a little cleaner on Wednesday. Check out some additional photos below.

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