The Cowboys could draft a quarterback. A Wildcat quarterback, that is.
The Dallas Morning News reports that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones might be looking for a quarterback in the draft for the first time since taking Quincy Carter in 2001 in order to accommodate the latest offensive fad.
- “We may want to do some things in our offense this year with a third quarterback,” Jones said. “That’s something other than be there as a backup to the second quarterback and be there in case you lose all the quarterbacks. … We could hopefully find a quarterback with a set of skills that we could put some packages in for.”
The Cowboys already have former University of Washington quarterback Isaiah Stanback on the roster as a wide receiver. The team also could look at former West Virginia quarterback Pat White, who has drawn a lot of interest, partly because of his versatility and his ability to run the in-vogue Wildcat offense.