According to Brandon George, the Cowboys and free agent QB Austin Davis have discussed a contract, but have yet to come to an agreement.
George also reports that the Cowboys like Davis as a possible backup option to Dak Prescott.
Another backup quarterback option could arise after roster cuts this weekend, so this is a situation to look out for.
We’ll provide more information regarding Davis and the Cowboys as the news is available.
Brandon George reports that the Cowboys are bringing in QB Austin Davis for a visit on Wednesday.
With Tony Romo and backup QB Kellen Moore going down with injuries, the Cowboys have obvious depth issues at the position that still needs to be addressed.
Davis, 27, was in the second year of his three-year, $4.973 million contract with the Browns before he was cut on Monday. He was set to make base salary of $1.35 million for the 2016 season.
In 2015, Davis appeared in three games for the Browns and threw for 547 yards while completing 59.6 percent of his passes to go along with one touchdown and three interceptions.