The Bengals are benching Andy Dalton for Ryan Finley

The Bengals are benching Andy Dalton for Ryan Finley

The Bengals are benching Andy Dalton for Ryan Finley

In hindsight, it's clear Dalton wanted a chance to go somewhere else and play if he wasn't going to play.

Dalton's agent tried to find a trade for the quarterback before Tuesday's deadline, according to Laurel Pfahler of The Athletic.

"At that point, the way it was all handled, there wasn't enough time to even have that happen".

Before Dalton's benching, there were rumors that the Bengals would trade A.J. Green. Perhaps the Miami Dolphins, who have two quarterbacks but don't seem to be in love with either?

Dalton has been the starter since he was taken in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft.

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"Obviously there's a lot to come in the next eight weeks and beyond after this year", Dalton said when asked if he'd push for a change of scenery after the season. He's set to make $16.2 million this season and is under contract for $17.7 million in 2020, the final year of his current deal. However, the first-year coach said it was time to see what Finley can do.

"It's tough when you hear your best player is (possibly) getting traded or things like this happen because that's the people you want to build the team around", receiver Tyler Boyd said.

"If that's here, great".

"We need to see what Ryan Finley can do, what he can provide for us", Taylor said. Right now, that's not my focus.

He emphasized that he would continue to spend the season doing what he can to help the team, and to maintain the friendships and relationships he has with his fellow players.

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