Andy Dalton

QB / Dallas Cowboys / EXP: 10YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 220 lb Age: 32 College: TCU Bye 8,18,19,20,21

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    Cowboys' Andy Dalton: Heading to Dallas

    Andy Dalton agreed to a one-year, $3 million contract worth up to $7 million with the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.The 32-year-old was cut by the Bengals earlier in the week, and it only took a couple days for him to latch on with a new club, though he's clearly not signing as a starter. There was significant speculation of Dalton landing with a team lacking a proven quarterback, but the TCU product will return to Texas to serve as the backup for Dak Prescott.

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    Andy Dalton: Cut by Cincinnati

    The Bengals are releasing Andy Dalton on Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.Unable to find a trade, the Bengals finally relented and now will allow Dalton to become an unrestricted free agent. The move frees up $17.7 million in cap space for Cincinnati, while the 32-year-old quarterback figures to have limited options at this juncture of the offseason.

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    Bengals' Andy Dalton: Uncertain future

    With the selection of Joe Burrow with the first overall pick official, Andy Dalton's future with the team remains uncertain, though it's highly probable that Burrow will take over as the starter, Ben Baby of reports.Something eventually has to give with the Cincinnati Bengals, with the team either having to move Dalton or another high-salaried veteran. Dalton's current $17.7 million salary will put the team over the salary cap.

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    Bengals' Andy Dalton: Could stay in Cincy?

    The Cincinnati Bengals may decide to keep Andy Dalton, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.Team and player both seem to prefer a trade, but it's difficult to find a partner in a market where free-agent quarterbacks Jameis Winston and Cam Newton are struggling to drum up interest. Ultimately, it would make sense for the Bengals to cut Dalton if they do in fact use the No. 1 overall pick on Joe Burrow, as the 32-year-old quarterback doesn't have any guarantees on his $17.7 million compensation for 2020. It would be an unprecedented sum to pay for a backup, though it's possible Dalton would consider a pay cut and then hit the open market next offseason. It seems like all options are still in play here.

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    Bengals' Andy Dalton: Drawing interest from Chicago

    The Bears are trying to trade for Andy Dalton or Nick Foles, Ed Werder of ESPN reports.It's no secret the Cincinnati Bengals want to trade Dalton before they use the No. 1 overall pick on Joe Burrow. The 32-year-old quarterback is expected to have some say in his next NFL destination, as the Bengals hope to remain on good terms with their longtime starter. It's hard to imagine Dalton having any complaints about Chicago, where he'd be matched with a good defense and likely would have the upper hand on Mitchell Trubisky in a job battle.

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    Bengals' Andy Dalton: Will be involved in trade talks

    Andy Dalton will have a say in trade negotiations this offseason, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.Expected to draft Joe Burrow with the No. 1 overall pick in April, the Cincinnati Bengals will first explore options for trading Dalton, who has started 133 regular-season games and four playoff contests through nine seasons. The Bengals intend to find a trade that the 32-year-old approves of, hoping for a cordial exit for their longtime starting quarterback. Should nothing materialize, the Bengals can release Dalton without incurring any dead money, freeing up $17.7 million in 2020 cap space in the process, per The veteran signal-caller would then become an unrestricted free agent.

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    Bengals' Andy Dalton: Accounts for two TDs in victory

    Andy Dalton completed 16 of 28 pass attempts for 190 yards, one touchdown and one interception during Sunday's 33-23 win over the Browns. He also carried eight times for 10 yards and an additional touchdown.Dalton completed just over half his passes against a tough Cleveland secondary and was limited to 6.8 yards per attempt. He completed a 15-yard touchdown pass to T.J. Uzomah in the first quarter and added a five-yard rushing score in the second. It was a rather fitting way to cap off the season for Dalton, who has been wildly inconsistent throughout and finishes with a 16:14 TD:INT in 13 games. He's under contract through the 2020 season, but the team seems likely to consider its options for upgrading the quarterback position in the offseason.

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    Bengals' Andy Dalton: Eye-popping numbers in OT loss

    Andy Dalton completed 33 of 56 passes for 396 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions in the Cincinnati Bengals' 38-35 overtime loss to the Dolphins on Sunday. He also lost a fumble, threw a two-point conversion pass and had a two-point conversion run.Dalton capitalized on one of the most favorable matchups for a quarterback in the NFL this season, and the extra period helped him to pad his final numbers. However, the majority of the damage naturally was done during regulation, particularly in a second half during which Dalton led the Bengals back from a 28-6 third-quarter deficit with four touchdown drives, the latter pair culminating in successful two-point conversions. Just as impressive was Dalton's final touchdown pass of the day, which came with no time remaining to Tyler Eifert in a crowded end zone. Success such as Sunday's has been elusive for Dalton this season, and with Cincinnati having locked up the top pick in the 2020 draft with their loss Sunday, the 2011 first-round selection is very likely set to play his final game with the franchise Week 17 versus the Browns.

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    Bengals' Andy Dalton: Throws four picks in loss

    Andy Dalton completed 17 of 31 passes for 151 yards, a touchdown and four interceptions during Sunday's 34-13 loss to the Patriots.Dalton kept pace with the Patriots early in the first quarter, tossing a quick eight-yard strike to Cethan Carter to respond to New England's game-opening touchdown. Dalton then led a field-goal drive that gave Cincinnati a brief lead. It was downhill from there as he proceeded to throw three interceptions during his first four drives of the second half and four overall, including a grisly 64-yard pick six to Stephon Gilmore. The veteran passer has just two touchdowns and five interceptions in three-games since returning to the starting lineup. Next week's matchup against the Dolphins will have draft-position implications that may help determine the heir apparent to Dalton in Cincinnati.

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    Bengals' Andy Dalton: Throws for 262 yards in loss

    Andy Dalton completed 22 of 38 pass attempts for 262 yards and an interception while carrying three times for 11 yards during Sunday's 27-19 loss to the Browns.Dalton completed just 58 percent of his attempts against a middling Browns pass defense and finished with a lackluster 6.9 yards per attempt. He finished without a touchdown pass for the third time this season and now owns a 10:9 TD:INT overall. Dalton should remain the starter next Sunday against the Patriots, but it's difficult to imagine him posting fantasy-friendly numbers against one of the toughest defensive matchups in the NFL.