Reports: QB Dalton joins Cowboys on one-year deal

Two days after his release from the Cincinnati Bengals, quarterback Andy Dalton agreed to sign a one-year deal with the Dallas Cowboys to back up Dak Prescott, multiple outlets reported Saturday night.Dalton’s deal is reportedly worth up to $7 million, with $3 million guaranteed. The 32-year-old, who played in college at TCU, already has a home in Dallas and won’t need to move, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported.He had been connected to the Jacksonville Jaguars — whose offensive coordinator, Jay Gruden, coached Dalton for two years in Cincinnati — the New York Jets and the New England Patriots.Dalton was released Thursday after nine seasons with the Bengals, who drafted LSU’s Joe Burrow with the first overall pick last weekend. Dalton was due to earn $17.7 million in 2020, the final season of a six-year contract extension he signed in August 2014.He told the Bengals’ website in a story published Friday that the timing of his release limited his options.”This year there were a good amount of quarterbacks that were available,” Dalton said. “I think it would have worked out differently if I had been a free agent when the new league year started (in March). I was still under contract, and that hurt me.”

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