Andy Dalton (thumb) has been tossing a football for the past two weeks and recently began shooting a basketball, Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official website reports.
Bengals director of player personnel Duke Tobin suggested Andy Dalton (thumb) will enter 2019 as the team's starting quarterback, Fletcher Page of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. "We're very comfortable with Andy," Tobin said. "We think he's got a number of years left. We feel like we can win with him. But with any position group, we don't just throw away the whole draft board at a group just because we're satisfied with who we have."
Andy Dalton underwent surgery Tuesday to repair a torn ligament in his right thumb and said he expects to be ready to go for the Bengals' offseason program, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Coach Marvin Lewis relayed Monday that the Bengals' medical staff expects Andy Dalton to fully recover from his thumb injury in advance of the 2019 season, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Andy Dalton (thumb) was placed on injured reserve Monday.
Coach Marvin Lewis said Monday that Andy Dalton still needs more tests to determine the severity of the thumb injury he suffered in Sunday's 35-20 loss to the Browns, Marisa Contipelli of the Bengals' official site reports.
Andy Dalton is slated to undergo further testing on his right thumb, Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com reports.
Andy Dalton has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Browns with a right thumb injury.
Andy Dalton injured his right thumb trying to recover a fumble on a bad snap in the third quarter Sunday against the Browns.