Bengals new HC Zac Taylor reiterated that he believes Andy Dalton is the right quarterback to run his offense.
“I do,” Taylor said, via Albert Breer of TheMMQB.com. “I’ve watched Andy for a really long time, dating back to his days at TCU. I’ve always been impressed with the way he plays the game. I’ve always known he’s a smart guy. We haven’t had a chance to meet on football or anything like that. But I do know that he’ll be able to quickly master this offense. He gets the ball out on time, he’s accurate, he’s got good athleticism.”
When asked about the issues he’s experienced finding a defensive coordinator, Taylor said: “No [timetable], just need the right person.”
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- Zrebiec says the Ravens will part ways with a “significant number” of their own free agents including RBs Buck Allen and Ty Montgomery.
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