Rapoport reports both teams had meetings scheduled with Hurts and both have done virtual calls with Hurts as well.
Both teams are also in the market for a potential long-term starter at the quarterback position. The Cowboys have also held virtual meetings with Hurts this offseason.
Hurts, 21, figures to be an interesting prospect to watch in this year’s draft. He has managed to help his stock during the draft process and there’s now at least some speculation that he could be a second-round pick.
Dane Brugler has him rated as the No. 63 player in his top 100 draft board.
During his four-year college career at Alabama and Oklahoma, Hurts completed 682 of 1,047 pass attempts (65.1 percent) for 9,477 yards, 80 touchdowns, and 20 interceptions over the course of four seasons and 56 games. He also rushed for 3,274 yards and 43 touchdowns.