The Bengals' quarterback room will presumably enter the 2020–21 season as one of the youngest in the NFL
With the No. 1 pick in the 2020 NFL draft, Joe Burrow, to go along with 26-year-old Ryan Finley and 23-year-old Dolegala, Cincinnati appears content not to add a veteran signal-caller
"We're set. We've got three young guys we really look forward to investing a lot of reps in," head coach Zac Taylor told the Cincinnati Enquirer. "We think they have bright futures. We feel really good about where we're at right now."
The Bengals released longtime starter Andy Dalton at the end of April. Dalton, the franchise's all-time leader in passing touchdowns, subsequently signed with the Dallas Cowboys.
The 37-year-old Taylor is entering his second season as the team's head coach and will look to improve on the franchise's 2–14 2019 record.
Check out all the latest news and notes about the NFL:
- Despite reports of early interest, the Bears are not pursuing recently released, three-time Pro Bowl guard Larry Warford. (Mike Florio, Pro Football Talk)
- Booger McFarland and Joe Tessitore will not be back as the Monday Night Football announcers next season. (Richard Deitsch, The Athletic)
- The Dolphins signed sixth-round pick, long-snapper Blake Ferguson to a rookie contract. (Miami Dolphins)
- Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said that in the spirit of "competitive fairness," all NFL facilities should re-open at the same time. (Brooke Pryor, ESPN)
- Jets linebacker C.J. Mosley said trading star safety Jamal Adams would be a "crazy move." (Rich Cimini, ESPN)