The team doesn't appear unhappy with Dalton, who has three years left on a six-year deal he signed with the Bengals in 2014, but Cincy is clearly doing its homework on Jackson nonetheless. Gil Brandt's No. 21-ranked draft prospect has been intriguing to several NFL teams in the leadup to next week's draft, including the Ravens (who will also host Jackson this week).
The Giants, picking behind the quarterback-needy Cleveland Browns, have been linked to several prospects at the No. 2 spot, most notably all of the top quarterbacks. Big Blue has already reportedly played host to UCLA's Josh Rosen and Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield, and with visits from Allen and Darnold this week, they should have everything they need to know if they want to pull the trigger on a possible Manning replacement next Thursday.