According to sources, the New York Jets are conducting due diligence on former Bengals QB Andy Dalton, who became a free agent just two days ago after being released by Cincinnati. (Rich Cimini on Twitter)
The Jets are reported to have at least some level of interest in Dalton, who could provide New York with a highly-capable backup to starter Sam Darnold. The only other QB on the roster with any other experience is David Fales, who has only attempted 48 passes since being drafted in the sixth-round of the 2014 NFL Draft. Add the Jets to the list of teams reportedly interested in Dalton, which also includes the Jaguars and the Patriots.