With Tony Romo reportedly finished for the season, however the long that might be, the Dallas Cowboys are suddenly in search of a quarterback. As you might imagine, what with it being Week 17, the pickin’s are pretty slim.
“Well, you just look at who's available and you go out and sign them,” Garrett said at his press conference Monday, via ESPN Dallas. “It's a position that I'm sure a lot of people would like to have. You can't sign people off of other team's rosters, but there are quarterbacks out there. Hopefully we can find one that can help us. I think that's one of the best things we've done as a team is we've handled injuries and we've gotten guys who can come in and play at a moment's notice.”
On Tuesday, former Texan David Carr and former Cardinal John Skelton are scheduled to work out for the team at Valley Ranch. Carr last played for the Giants, but he was cut back in August. Skelton spent training camp this year with the Bengals, but was among the final cuts.
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