The Dallas Cowboys have been very impressed with the play of Dak Prescott is the preseason, and that may very well be the silver lining when it comes to the devastating injury suffered by projected starter Tony Romo.
However despite the strong showing from Prescott in the preseason it's clear that the Cowboys aren't willing to move forward into the regular season with their current quarterback situation, and now owner Jerry Jones has confirmed his organization will be looking to add to their line up. It may not be a free agent acquisition either, Jones clearly hinted via the team's official website that a trade was a possibility.
“We’ll just see. There’s a lot of ways to acquire players,” he said. “There’s quarterbacks that are out there and don’t have a home right now, and then there’s quarterbacks that other teams have right now – of course we can’t talk about those players.”
If the Cowboys are willing to make a trade then it's impossible to speculate just who they will be targeting, but the next few days could bring some unique excitement for fans in Dallas as their organization scrambles to find a suitable back up for Prescott.
“We’ll look at what our options are,” Jones said. “It is something that we’ll look at, in terms of looking at a veteran-type quarterback.”