The Dallas Cowboys are beginning to sound a little less optimistic about Kyle Orton.
There's still no sign of Kyle Orton at Valley Ranch, but the Dallas Cowboys remain confident that he'll back back at some point.
According to Roger Staubach, if Kyle Orton is going to return to the Cowboys in 2014, he needs to be at Valley Ranch for the team's offseason workouts.
The Dallas Cowboys are still hopeful that Kyle Orton will return for the 2014 season.
Recently signed quarterback Caleb Hanie says no one at Valley Ranch seems to know what Kyle Orton is doing.
While there remains buzz about Johnny Manziel, the Cowboys are quietly acquiring real quarterbacks to back up Tony Romo.
Worried about Tony Romo's back, the Cowboys are suddenly more concerned his backup's a no-show.
Kyle Orton was conspicuously absent from the first day of the Cowboys offseason workout program on Monday.
As far as executive vice president Stephen Jones knows, Kyle Orton will be back to play out his contract in 2014.
Brandon Weeden isn't the Cowboys' quarterback of the future, merely their insurance policy of the present.