The Dallas Cowboys brought in former Baylor QB Seth Russell for a workout on Monday, according to David Smoak of ESPN-Central Texas.
“The workout went really, really well,” Russell said of the workout. “Scouts said they were going to send the film to the coaches and then they would let me know in 2-4 weeks, maybe sooner. They said I looked a lot stronger and had more zip on the ball. Legs looked really good and athletic.”
Russell wound up going undrafted out of Baylor over a month ago but did secure an invite to Raiders’ minicamp shortly after the draft. Unfortunately, Russell wasn’t signed to a contract following the session.
During his college career at Baylor, Russell threw for 5,461 yards while completing 56.9 percent of his passes to go along with 60 touchdowns and 18 interceptions. He had a quarterback rating of 159.4 and appeared in 31 total games.
Russell also rushed for 1,240 yards and 20 touchdowns during his four-year college career.