Should the Dallas Cowboys sign another quarterback?
With the loss of Andy Dalton, the Cowboys possibly don’t have a true backup quarterback. As a result, they could look to sign a quarterback off free agency.
About a month ago, the Cowboys brought in free-agent quarterback Jeff Driskel for a visit to be the backup quarterback. However, no deal was made.
It appears that the Cowboys aren’t content with their quarterback group at the moment. One name that they could go after in free agency is quarterback Robert Griffin III. Although Griffin isn’t as elite as he once was (winning the Heisman award and being a Pro Bowler in his rookie season), he could still help fill that void.
The only problem with Griffin is that football might be past him. Recently, the former Baylor quarterback auditioned for roles at ESPN and FOX to be a TV analyst. Nevertheless, if the Cowboys do show interest in the former Pro Bowler, he could look to put the analyst position on hold.
The 31-year old veteran quarterback would bring his experience to improve all of Dallas’ quarterbacks. Additionally, in the event that anything does happen to Prescott again, Griffin could be considered a much better replacement.