The Dallas Cowboys are expected to bring in free agent quarterback Austin Davis for a workout.
The Dallas Cowboys are expected to bring in free agent quarterback Austin Davis for a workout, according to DallasCowboys.com.
The Cowboys are currently in search of another player to bolster their quarterback depth after starter Tony Romo suffered a fractured bone in his back. Currently, Dak Prescott and Jameill Showers are the only healthy quarterbacks on the roster.
Davis was cut by the Cleveland Browns before the 75-man roster deadline. He went 0–2 in his two starts with Cleveland last season, throwing just one touchdown and three interceptions.
The 27-year-old made his biggest impact with the Rams in 2014, playing in 10 games, including eight starts, and throwing for 2,001 yards, 12 touchdowns and nine interceptions.
Davis was signed by the Rams as an undrafted free agent out of Southern Miss in 2012.