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Cincinnati Bengals Drafted Quarterbacks

The Cincinnati Bengals have selected 22 Quarterbacks in their team history (49 drafts). The Bengals have drafted 5 Quarterbacks in the first round. The highest drafted QB was Carson Palmer drafted in round 1 (#1 Overall) in 2003 out of USC. Some of the top drafted Bengals Quarterbacks were Andy Dalton drafted in round 2 in 2011 out of Texas Christian, Boomer Esiason drafted in round 2 in 1984 out of Maryland, Ken Anderson drafted in round 3 in 1971 out of Augustana (Ill.), Greg Cook drafted in round 1 in 1969 out of Cincinnati and David Klingler drafted in round 1 in 1992 out of Houston. View all of the Cincinnati Bengals drafted Quarterbacks throughout their history.
Cincinnati Bengals Drafted Quarterbacks
Year Round Selection Player College
2014 5 164   AJ McCarron   Alabama
2011 2 35   Andy Dalton   Texas Christian
2007 5 151   Jeff Rowe   Nevada-Reno
2004 7 218   Casey Bramlet   Wyoming
2003 1 1   Carson Palmer   USC
1999 1 3   Akili Smith   Oregon
1999 7 245   Scott Covington   Miami (Fla.)
1995 7 213   John Walsh   Brigham Young
1992 1 6   David Klingler   Houston
1991 4 99   Donald Hollas   Rice
1989 3 83   Erik Wilhelm   Oregon State
1986 4 99   Doug Gaynor   Long Beach State
1986 12 316   Steve Bradley   Indiana
1984 2 38   Boomer Esiason   Maryland
1983 5 137   Jeff Christensen   Eastern Illinois
1979 1 3   Jack Thompson   Washington State
1978 5 131   Rob Hertel   USC
1977 6 160   Tom Duniven   Texas Tech
1974 4 87   Mike Boryla   Stanford
1971 3 67   Ken Anderson   Augustana (Ill.)
1969 1 5   Greg Cook   Cincinnati
1968 6 155   Dewey Warren   Tennessee
 
 
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