The Cincinnati Bengals have one of the youngest quarterback rooms in the NFL, but head coach Zac Taylor says the team is set at the position. The Bengals drafted 23-year-old Joe Burrow with the number one pick of this year's draft. He joins 26-year-old Ryan Finley and 23-year-old Jake Dolegala in the position room as Cincinnati appears content not to add a veteran signal caller. Now, Taylor told The Cincinnati Enquirer, quote, "We're set. We've got three young guys. We really look forward to investing a lot of reps in. We think they have bright futures. We feel really good about where we're at right now." Now, the Bengals, of course, released veteran quarterback and the franchise's all time leader in passing touchdowns, Andy Dalton, at the end of April. Cincinnati heads into the 2020 season looking to improve on last year's 2-14 record.
For more Bengals coverage since they drafted Burrow:
• Andy Dalton: Bengals Trade Didn't Happen Because Teams Anticipated My Release
• How the Bengals, Dolphins and Chargers Vetted Their New Quarterbacks
• NFL Draft Rumors: Joe Burrow Has Been Studying Bengals' Offense for Weeks