Despite Defensive Needs; Dallas Cowboys Sign A Third Quarterback To The Roster
Dallas Cowboys have a need at defensive line, and much of their defense after losing the likes of DeMarcus Ware and Jason Hatcher to different teams.
Yet, they ended up signing another quarterback.
Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden agreed to a two-year deal with the team to be their backup.
The once 2012 first round pick was released from the Browns last week, and will now join starting quarterback Tony Romo which had back surgery in the offseason and Kyle Orton.
Weeden had 23 touchdowns and 26 interceptions during his stint with the Browns, which had a lot of turnover and inconsistency during his enure.
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