When Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo went down with an injury at the end of last season, the team was left scrambling for options behind Kyle Orton. It became clear that the team needs to add depth under center, so they are looking to do that early in the offseason.
According to the Dallas Morning News, the Cowboys have worked out former Philadelphia Eagles back up Mike Kafka.
Kafka also spent time with the New England Patriots and Jacksonville Jaguars last offseason, but he was unable to make an impact. Considering he couldn’t make the cut in Jacksonville, you would have to imagine he would be a long shot to make the roster in Dallas even if he agrees to a deal.
The most likely reason that Dallas is considering a guy like Kafka is because they are desperate for a camp body while Romo rehabs his injury.