While Andy Dalton doesn't feel his team will draft a quarterback, the Cincinnati Bengals apparently have interest in one QB on in May’s NFL Draft.
Per Albert Breer of NFL Network, former Pittsburgh quarterback Tom Savage could be the only one their interested in if their visit schedule is any indication:
Interesting one here -- Pitt QB Tom Savage visited the Bengals in Cincinnati about a week ago. He's the one QB they've brought to town.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) April 20, 2014
As Breer said, no other QB have even gotten a private workout with the Bengals. This could be a sign their interested in adding a young developmental guy to groom and potentially replace Dalton in the event he's not brought back in 2015 when his current deal expires.
Savage is a hot name right now, and some believe he could be drafted as high as the second round. It's unrealistic to expect the Bengals to draft a QB until maybe Round 3, but probably even later than that.
If Savage were to fall into Day of the draft though, the Bengals now look like a team that could be calling his name.
For a more in-depth of what Savage could be for the Bengals, check out Mickey Mentzer's article on a potential Cincinnati-Savage marriage.