Wildcat’s popularity could have Cowboys thinking QB

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.

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