With Tony Romo trade rumors or release speculation continuing to heat up, the Dallas Cowboys seem to be ready to move on from having the longtime veteran on the sidelines. There are recent reports that they’ve visited with a Cleveland Browns quarterback in what appears to be an attempt to find a new backup for Dak Prescott. Could this mean that Romo’s move from Dallas to another team is coming very soon?
In a recent article from ESPN, it was reported that the Dallas Cowboys announced they were visiting with Browns quarterback Josh McCown. It was mentioned that the Cowboys had been interested in McCown since last summer when backup QB Kellen Moore broke his ankle during training camp. At the time, the Browns had too high of a price tag for McCown, so Dallas passed. McCown was released by the team this offseason, though, which has the Cowboys once again visiting with him in an attempt to bring him to the team.