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Monday, December 5, 2011, 11:25am
Dalton said after the game that he was fine and he looked to be walking normally in the locker room.
"He was hurting a little bit and we can't risk him getting hurt," AJ Green said. "We're still in the hunt for the playoffs. No sense in him getting hurt for the rest of the season."
Tuesday, September 13, 2011, 5:52pm
Medical tests Tuesday revealed no serious damage to Cincinnati Bengals rookie QB Andy Dalton‘s wrist area, but his status for Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos remains in doubt, according to a league source.
Dalton was knocked from the Bengals’ season-opening win over the Cleveland Browns during the second half and did not return.
The X-rays conducted on Sunday were normal, and other tests showed no serious injury, but the injury could limit his ability to practice early this week. For a rookie quarterback who already missed offseason workouts because of the lockout, that would be significant.
Dalton said he is hopeful of playing Sunday, but it’s hardly out of the question that Bruce Gradkowski, who led the Bengals to the comeback win against Cleveland, will end up getting the start in Week 2.
Bengals QB job looks to be Andy Dalton's
Monday, August 8, 2011, 10:44am
First question: Dalton needs all the snaps he can get, so does that mean the first offensive line plays all the way with him? And will Palmer and Dan LeFevour get enough snaps to figure it out?
Obviously Dalton can be had in your league very late in the draft ... most likely, he shouldn't even get drafted. He'll have talented rookie AJ Green at WR along with Jerome Simpson a possible number-two and Jordan Shipley the slot guy. At least right now, Dalton is nothing to get excited about.
Thursday, July 28, 2011, 10:06am
It's always good to get rookies in camp as early as possible and the Bengals were able to lock Green up quickly. His stock is depressed due to the team's QB situation, but Bruce Gradkowski is serviceable and if Green gets WR1-type targets, he's a high-upside pick in the middle rounds.
Wednesday, July 27, 2011, 4:47pm
While other teams were going after Matt Hasselbeck, Kyle Orton and Kevin Kolb, the Bengals were content to aim lower with Gradkowski, who should serve as a stopgap at QB until Andy Dalton is ready to start. Dalton was probably a worst-case scenario for A.J. Green and Jerome Simpson, so this Gradkowski signing is good news for both wideouts. He's a fiery competitor and can put up good numbers, especially late in games when the Bengals are likely to be trailing.
Raiders Gradkowski on IR
Friday, December 3, 2010, 10:12am
The move Thursday comes a day after Gradkowski expressed hope he could return from his second shoulder injury before the end of the season. But coach Tom Cable said it is unlikely Gradkowski would have been able to return before then.
This is O'Sullivan's 11th team since being drafted by New Orleans in 2002.
Bruce Gradkowski's Season Is Over
Tuesday, November 30, 2010, 9:08am
Fantasy GMs should lean on Jason Campbell if a starting QB is needed.
Monday, November 29, 2010, 2:11pm
Gradkowski has been battling a shoulder problem since Week 3 against Arizona, ultimately going down with a third degree separation just before halftime of a 35-27 win over San Diego on Oct. 10. He missed the next five games, returning to start and play ineffecitvely in a 33-17 loss to Miami.
Following the game, Gradkowski left the field carrying his right arm awkwardly after being hit on the Raiders final play from scrimmage.
Raiders will start Gradkowski
Sunday, November 28, 2010, 10:13am
Dolphins coach Tony Sparano wouldn't announce which quarterback he plans to start today against the Raiders (he's deciding between Chad Henne and Tyler Thigpen), because the coach feels the secrecy gives his team "a competitive advantage."
He's got nothing on Raiders coach Tom Cable.
Earlier this week, Cable said Jason Campbell was the starting quarterback and "there is no issue there." But he had Bruce Gradkowski taking most of the first-team snaps in practice all week, and Gradkowski will start today against Miami, league sources have verified.
Sunday, November 28, 2010, 10:08am
The Dolphins want to be more balanced on offense and maybe that’s why coach Tony Sparano is leaning toward starting QB Chad Henne while also using more of the Wildcat offense. If the Dolphins keep losing, Sparano could be in trouble with owner Steven Ross. Miami has won four straight in Oakland, but the Raiders are trying to win their fourth straight home game, something they last did in the 2002 season. It looks like Tom Cable is benching QB Jason Campbell again in favor of Bruce Gradkowski, believing he is better equipped to handle the Miami pass rush. Oakland averages 152 rushing yards a game.
Report: QB Bruce Gradkowski Will Start
Saturday, November 27, 2010, 3:07pm
Just because the Raiders are starting Gradkowski doesn't mean fantasy owners should.