Andy Dalton

#14 QB / Cincinnati Bengals / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 216 lb Age: 28 College: Texas Christian Bye 7,19,20,21

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    Bengals' Andy Dalton: Hasn't started throwing

    Dalton (thumb) has yet to begin throwing, Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official site reports. "Not throwing yet because we are being very conservative with it," Dalton said this week. "I feel like I can throw but no reason to push anything right now. I have plenty of time now to get 100 percent." The Bengals were knocked out on wild-card weekend, so it appears that Dalton may not have made an appearance in the postseason, even if his side reached the Super Bowl. Either way, he expects to attend a quarterback camp at USC in the coming months, while he'll have an opportunity to take part in Cincinnati's offseason program as early as April 18.

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    Bengals' Andy Dalton: Healthy continuity next season

    Dalton (thumb) will move forward as the Bengals' starting quarterback next season under new offensive coordinator Ken Zampese, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Dalton's fractured thumb will be a thing of the past next season, when he'll reclaim the Bengals' starting quarterback position under his former position coach, Zampese, who was promoted to offensive coordinator in light of Hue Jackson being hired as the Browns' head coach this week. Over the past five years, Zampese has helped develop Dalton into a much improved quarterback, evidenced by his multiple career-highs this season. continuity

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    Bengals QB Andy Dalton ruled out for Saturday's game

    Dalton (thumb) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against the Steelers. This was the expected outcome, with the Bengals making things official on Friday. AJ McCarron is thus slated to make his fourth straight start at QB for the Bengals on Saturday, and should the team advance to the Division Round of the playoffs, it's unclear at this stage if Dalton might be ready by then.

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    Bengals' Andy Dalton: Not using his thumb with any activity

    Dalton was seen in the locker room Wednesday following Wednesday's practice trying to avoid using his thumb with any activity, Local 12 WKRC reports. It's extremely unlikely that Dalton plays this weekend, and even if the Bengals win it doesn't necessarily look good for him then.

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    Bengals' Andy Dalton: Looking iffy this week

    Dalton (thumb) did not suit up for practice Wednesday, ESPN's Coley Harvey reports. Moreover, at this stage, Dalton has still not thrown a football since injuring his right thumb back on Dec. 13, thus making his status for Saturday night's Wild Card Game against the Steelers iffy, at best. With that in mind, per coach Marvin Lewis, the Bengals are "preparing with AJ McCarron to be the starting QB. Whether Andy is the backup or where Andy is, we'll know down the line. He'll be ready when he's ready."

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    Bengals' Andy Dalton: Has cast removed

    Dalton (thumb) had his cast removed Monday, ESPN's Bob Holtzman reports. Dalton's visit with his doctor yielded a clear sign of progress, yet the quarterback is still highly uncertain to be ready for Saturday's playoff game against the Steelers. Although he may be willing to push things in the playoffs, previous reports suggested that Dalton likely wouldn't be available until mid-January.

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    Bengals' Andy Dalton: Thumb exam on tap for Monday

    Dalton has a visit with his doctor scheduled for Monday to assess the QB's injured right thumb. Dalton is hoping that he'll be able to take the cast off his throwing thumb, but such an outcome has yet to be confirmed yet and a timetable for his potential return to action can't really be solidified until said cast comes off. Dalton is already ruled out for Sunday's regular season finale against the Ravens, a game that AJ McCarron is slated to start.

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    Report: Bengals' Andy Dalton likely out several more weeks

    Dalton (thumb) is likely still a few weeks away from returning, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. The Bengals have been evaluating Dalton on a weekly basis, but this report indicates he will not play in Week 17, and would not play in the Wild Card round if the Bengals do not secure a first-round bye. The Bengals will continue to provide updates on Dalton's status, and he has not officially been ruled out beyond this week just yet, but it's looking like A.J. Mccarron will likely see at least another start.

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    Bengals QB Andy Dalton ruled out for Monday

    Dalton (thumb) has been officially ruled out for Monday's game against Denver. Dalton's fractured thumb continues to keep him out of practice and he'll miss his second consecutive game Monday. AJ McCarron figures to make his second consecutive start but will draw a tough matchup against a talented Broncos secondary.

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    Bengals' Andy Dalton: Remains week-to-week

    Dalton (thumb) remains "week to week," the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. On the plus side, the report notes that the Bengals are happy with the progress Dalton's fractured right thumb is making, but AJ McCarron is slated to remain the team's starting QB on Monday night against the Broncos, whose Week 16 offense will be helmed by Brock Osweiler.

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