Report | Dallas Cowboys Bring in Jeff Driskel To Compete For No. 2 QB
One never knows who’s watching, so it’s always important to make a good impression. So goes it for journeyman quarterback Jeff Driskel, most recently of the Denver Broncos. The Dallas Cowboys escaped the 2021 NFL draft without selecting a quarterback, leaving their 90-man roster with the same group of four signal-callers they had as soon as Andy Dalton hit free agency. The Cowboys don’t have a veteran backup behind Dak Prescott. Or at least they don’t currently as Driskel has been confirmed as a Friday visitor to The Star for a workout and a potential signing to be the veteran presence. The Cowboys currently have Garrett Gilbert penciled in the second line of the depth chart behind Prescott. Gilbert started one contest in 2020, almost ending the Pittsburgh Steelers at-the-time undefeated campaign in Week 9. He threw for 243 yards in a 24-19 loss where Dallas was driving to win the game at the end of the fourth quarter.
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