Report: Cowboys Expected To Sign QB Mike Kafka Friday


Clarence Hill reports that the Cowboys are expected to sign former Eagles QB Mike Kafka on Friday after bringing him in for workout today.

  • Hill adds that the Cowboys need a quarterback to get through the offseason program while Tony Romo rehabbing his back following a recent surgery.


Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that the Dallas Cowboys brought in former Eagles QB Mike Kafka for a workout on Thursday.

  • Hill adds that the Cowboys also brought in former Arena League WRs Braylon Bell and Maurice Williams for workouts as well.

Kafka, 26,  was last with the Jaguars during training camp, but was waived before the start of the regular season. He was drafted in the fourth-round of the 2010 NFL Draft by Philadelphia, but only appeared in four games for them.

The Cowboys only have two quarterbacks on their roster and Tony Romo is coming off of a recent back surgery, so it makes sense for the Cowboys to consider low-cost options at the quarterback position.

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