After scoring only nine points in two games, there are reports that some Cincinnati Bengals players would like to see the team replace Andy Dalton, CBS Sports reported.
According to PFT, some of the team thinks "the Bengals should go off the board and consider bringing in Colin Kaepernick.”
During the 2016 preseason, the former 49ers quarterback announced he would not stand during the National Anthem due to social inequality. He was joined by dozens of other athletes in similar on-field protests.
Though there’s no indication the team would make a move toward Kaepernick, the Bengals fired offensive coordinator Ken Zampese Friday after two regular season games without a touchdown. Quarterback coach Bill Lazor will serve as his replacement.
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