Don't expect the Cincinnati Bengals to add another quarterback to the mix via the 2015 NFL Draft.
As Butch Hobson of Bengals.com puts it, "never mind the first round. Don’t expect a quarterback taken in the other six rounds, either."
Irregardless of Andy Dalton's well-documented playoff struggles, the team is standing behind him as their quarterback of the present and future.
“He’s our guy and we’re not going to shy away from that,” said Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson. Quarterbacks coach Ken Zampese added, “He was better with the intangibles this year and the ball was better coming out of his hand. You could see that right away when he came back from the last offseason.”
If things don't work out for some reason, there's always former Alabama Crimson Tide QB AJ McCarron sitting there on the roster.
"You can see how quickly (McCarron) processes the game and that’s encouraging,” Zampese said. “AJ has to work on technique, getting the ball out, talking and communicating fast in our offense. I’m looking forward to seeing him with our plays against our defense.”Back to the Cincinnati Bengals Newsfeed