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A 2019 Bengals college free agent signee, Dolegala is a tall (6-foot-7), athletic and strong-armed QB prospect from the FCS ranks ... Played four seasons (2015-18) at Central Connecticut State, and appeared in 44 career games ... Completed 654 of 1136 career passes, and set school records for career passing yards (8129) and passing TDs (48) ... Also noted by scouts for his athleticism, he had 233 career rushes for 452 yards and 18 TDs ... Suffered serious shoulder injury in first game of his senior season at St. Francis High School (Hamburg, N.Y.), then played one season of prep school football at Milford Academy (New Berlin, N.Y.) before joining CCSU.
Bengals' New Offense Spreads The Wealth
We won’t see the Bengals No. 1 offense for 16 more days, until quarterback Andy Dalton stomps his foot to get the silent count going in the din of Seattle. But if you’ve been listening closely, they’ve bought into what new head coach Zac Taylor is selling in that offensive playbook that yielded three passer ratings ranging from 92.7 (rookie Ryan Finley) to 138.9 (rookie Jake Dolegala’s debut) in Thursday night’s 25-23 preseason loss to the Giants at Paul Brown Stadium.
Big Jake Makes Good First Impression
It was hard to not be at least slightly impressed by quarterback Jake Dolegala at the final practice of the Bengals three-day mandatory minicamp in mid-June. The undrafted rookie out of Central Connecticut State was given the opportunity to direct four offensive drives and went 12-for-17 with touchdown passes to Cody Core, Trayveon Williams, and Josh Malone.