Apparently, Andy Dalton has been avoiding all forms of media over the past week because he definitely didn't seem too concerned about recent reports that some players in the Bengals locker room are starting to lose faith in him. Pro Football Talk reported on Sunday that some players were so upset with Dalton's play that they wanted to see the team give a guy like Colin Kaepernick a chance. Although there's roughly a zero percent chance that the Bengals would sign Kaepernick, Dalton was asked about the situation during his weekly press conference on Monday, and let's just say that the idea of some players wanting to add Kaepernick was news to him. "I haven't heard anything," Dalton said, via the Bengals official website. "I can only worry about the guys that are on this team," Dalton then went one step further and completely brushed off the story. "I mean, anybody can create a headline," the Bengals quarterback said. Dalton said that he hadn't even heard about the Kaepernick report, or the possibility that AJ McCarron might replace him, because he hasn't been doing a lot of reading about the Bengals lately.
Andy Dalton responds to report that some Bengals players want Colin Kaepernick
CBS Sports | Sep 20