- Archer also confirms that DT Henry Melton will also meet with the team Monday.
Archer first reported that the Cowboys had “expressed an interest” in Weeden last Friday, so it appears as though Dallas is serious about possibly signing him to a contract.
Weeden, 30, was taken with the No. 22 overall pick during the 2012 NFL Draft, but last just two years with the Browns before they cut him loose earlier in the week.
The Cowboys still aren’t sure about the status of backup Kyle Orton, but according to Archer, they believe he’s leaning towards playing next season rather than retire from the NFL.
Archer adds that the Cowboys have carried a third quarterback since 2011. The Browns wound up signing their practice squad QB Alex Tanney last year.
In 2013, Weeden appeared in eight games for the Browns and completed 52.8 percent of his passes for 1,731 yards, nine touchdowns and nine interceptions.