• Bengals Reportedly Looking For “At Least” Second-Round Pick For QB A.J. McCarron

    NFL Trade Rumors "Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that the Bengals are likely looking for “at least” a second-round pick in return for backup QB A.J. McCarron. According to Cabot, Cincinnati hasn’t ruled out trading McCarron within the AFC North, despite comments made by Bengals director..." March 02

  • Bengals: McCarron trade requires big offer

    Cincinnati Enquirer "No matter where Bengals director of player personnel Duke Tobin moved inside the Indiana Convention Center on Wednesday, the same question followed. What’s the status of trading backup quarterback AJ McCarron? On a day when a report surfaced via ESPN's Adam Schefter that the consensus top..." March 02

  • Bengals willing to listen to offers for QB A.J. McCarron

    Sportsnaut "Much news has hit lately in regards to the New England Patriots potentially being open to trade offers for backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. Another backup quarterback that is starting to create some news buzz is Cincinnati Bengals’ A.J. McCarron. The Bengals are reportedly willing to listen..." March 01

  • Bill Polian: AJ McCarron better than any QB in 2017 NFL Draft

    Yardbarker "Hall of Fame executive Bill Polian doesn’t think much of the quarterbacks in the 2017 NFL Draft. In fact, he believes that little-used Cincinnati Bengals backup AJ McCarron is better than any of them. McCarron was taken in the fifth round of the 2014 NFL Draft, 164th overall. He was the ninth..." February 16

  • Bengals' McCarron 'wouldn't be distraught' by offseason trade

    Cincinnati Enquirer "With a black garbage bag full of his gear slung over his right shoulder, AJ McCarron looked – and sounded – like a man saying his goodbyes to the Cincinnati Bengals and Paul Brown Stadium on Monday afternoon. He hugged a Bengals staffer “just in case” and admitted that he’ll be thinking about..." January 02

  • A.J. McCarron and Tyler Eifert Are Supporting Donald Trump

    The Big Lead "Donald Trump was in Ohio. Cincinnati Bengals A.J. McCarron, Tyler Eifert, and guard Clint Boling were on hand to “make America great again.” Sweat-wicking 1/4 zip shirts were already great, obviously. It’s not clear how long McCarron has been supporting Trump. Being a white male from Alabama..." October 15