Andy dalton contract Cowboys agree to one-year,
The 49ers as of now have three quarterbacks on their program, and four in the event that you incorporate undrafted free specialist Broc Rutter.
So they were never in the market for previous Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton, who was discharged a week ago.
In any case, there’s a little possibility the 49ers could confront Dalton during the 2020 NFL season.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter announced Saturday, refering to a source, that Dalton will sign a one-year contract with his old neighborhood Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys, as has been the pattern this offseason, recognized reports of the concession to their site, however it’s not official in light of the fact that the worldwide coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has made physicals difficult to direct.
Dalton will fill in as the essential reinforcement to starter Dak Prescott.
Things being what they are, how does this effect the 49ers? All things considered, we realize that San Francisco is set to go to Dallas this season, however we don’t know precisely when on the grounds that the 2020 NFL plan hasn’t been discharged at this point.
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Be that as it may, if Prescott, who was given the restrictive establishment label this offseason, gets injured, Dalton would be compelled to step up and face one of the NFL’s best safeguards.
Dalton confronted the 49ers in 2019 when San Francisco headed out to Cincinnati on Sept. 15. While Dalton tossed for 311 yards and two touchdowns, the 49ers squashed the Bengals 41-17.