One things for sure, Andy Dalton will indeed be in a new uniform in 2020, but it’s just a matter of when and what team he will be traded to.
The Chicago Bears keep finding themselves at the center of rumors surrounding them bringing in another QB, despite the team publicly committing to quarterback Mitchell Trubisky as their starting quarterback in 2020.
According to Paul Dehner Jr. of The Athletic, the Cincinnati Bengals have been in touch with Chicago about a possible trade involving Andy Dalton.
Cincinnati is expected to select Joe Burrow first overall in April’s NFL draft.
The team only won 2 games in 2019, with Dalton passing for 3,494 yards, 16 touchdowns and 14 interceptions last season.
Trubisky threw for 3,138 yards, 17 touchdowns and 10 interceptions, but only produced a 40.6 QBR, which was 29th in the league.
The Athletic’s Lindsay Jones is reporting that Dalton being traded could cost interested teams as much as a second- or third-round pick via trade.