Mother Encourages Andy Dalton To Keep Career Options Open | The Onion - America's Finest News Source
CINCINNATI—Stressing that the 26-year-old still has “plenty of time to figure everything out,” Tina Dalton, mother of Bengals starting quarterback Andy Dalton, reportedly encouraged her son Monday to keep his career options open for the next few years.
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This all started with Hue Jackson. The day the Cincinnati Bengals' position coach was formally elevated to offensive coordinator, the Bengals planted the seed of their forthcoming physicality. After the Bengals struggled to find an offensive identity at times in 2013, Jackson was determined to make sure they found one long before a down was played in 2014.
The deadline to tag players came and went Monday. As we’ve been telling you for weeks would be the case, Cincinnati didn’t tag Michael Johnson or Anthony Collins. Dropping 13.1 or 11.6 on either of those two means a doctor should head to PBS and check Mike Brown for a fever.
Insider's NFL experts team up to break down the Cincinnati's top offseason priorities, projected 2014 lineup, cap situation, free-agent and draft targets and potential stars already on the roster.
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The start of free agency is less than a week away, and the Baltimore Ravens and impending free agent left tackle Eugene Monroe remain “nowhere close” to agreeing on the terms of a long-term contract that will keep Monroe in Baltimore, according to a source.
New duds are coming: During NFL owners meetings last week in Phoenix, the Browns committed not only to changing their uniforms but also to consider every facet of the team’s marketing brand.
Next time you're running about two quarts low on hope, or feel like you're on the wrong end of God's Whac-A-Mole game, think of Jim Kelly and be glad you're not him.