The Cincinnati Bengals are now down to three quarterbacks after they cut backup Zac Robinson, a third-year player who struggled with elbow issues the past year or so. The team announced it was waiving Robinson under the category of “failed physical.”
Robinson’s release gives the Bengals a cap savings in 2014 of $570,000. He is the second player the Bengals have waived this week. On Monday, practice squad center Scott Wedige was cut.
The bigger question is could the Bengals look to draft a quarterback? The team does pick later in the first round, and let’s face it if Teddy Bridgewater is there why wouldn’t the Bengals consider drafting him? I think the team could pull the trigger if a top tier guy is there when they pick.
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