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The Bengals are releasing Andy Dalton after drafting Joe Burrow | Get Up



Adam Schefter reports that the Bengals are releasing Andy Dalton after nine seasons. Cincinnati selected QB Joe Burrow with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.
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26 Comments

  1. Andy Dalton And Cam Newton on the Free agency Block dalton and Newton 2011 NFL Draft I saw it coming When the Bengals Drafted Joe Barrow With the First Pick ??

  2. Jags should talk to Newton and Dalton, try to organize an isolated workout or maybe sign one of them to a one year deal. We need to be throwing some veteran competition at Minshew with Foles gone to see if he can be a franchise quarterback or just another Marc Bulger.

  3. Not only is it Disrespectful to Dalton but a dumb move by the Organization. They get nothing in return for A quality Starting QB……

  4. Does anyone else think that Dalton might not have been the problem? He's NEVER had an offensive line. Not a Bangles or Dalton fan, but he wasn't the problem

  5. Dalton was using everything he had week after week, he just never got the weaponry he deserved. He underrated af all because of his team.

  6. Under Belichick I believe he can be a SB QB. Not sure if they would win, but if he really wants to get a ring that would be his best bet. Take the cut and try.

  7. Why would the Jags get Andy Dalton if they have settled on Minshew as a starter, and they already got a backup to compete against Dobbs.

  8. The Bengals released Andy, saved 17.5 million, then might resign him as a backup for maybe 2.5 million.

  9. They put all their eggs in that basket and it's probably not going to work out given the recent history of first overall QB picks.

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