Recently released by the Bengals in Cincinnati, quarterback Andy Dalton will continue his career with the Dallas Cowboys.
Depending on the network ESPN, the veteran of 32 years would have signed a one-year agreement and a value of$ 7 Million. Three of these would be also guaranteed.
With the Cowboys, Dalton will have the role of mentor to the quarterback Dak Prescott. The latter was playing his fourth season in his career in the NFL in 2019. Dalton would also be a good insurance policy for the team of Dallas if you are ever in Prescott fell in battle.
Last season, Dalton has completed 59.5 percent of his passes attempted for gains of 3494 yards and 16 touchdowns in 13 parts. It has also been the victim of 14 petty theft.
The redhead was driven out of the formation of the Bengals after they drafted quarterback Joe Burrow with the first choice of the draft 2020.