Dallas Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones told ESPNDallas.com at the Senior Bowl that they’re open to taking a quarterback in this coming May’s draft.
“You always have to be open to that,” Jones said. “Yeah, and whether it’s a guy ultimately one day, your future, even if its at some point it enables you to not have a better (more expensive) backup, that saves you money if you’re able to get on a guy like that, so we’re always open to it.”
As much as some Cowboys fans would love their team to draft someone to take over for Tony Romo. It’s not happening. Not after the contract they gave him last year.