NFL Reacts to Cowboys QB Trade

The Dallas Cowboys are using their current quarterbacks to replace Dak Prescott.

ESPN's Jeremy Fowler says the Cowboys won't trade for a quarterback barring a "unexpected change."

Prescott underwent thumb surgery Monday and might return within four weeks or miss 6-to-8.

Dallas will start Cooper Rush and backup Will Grier from inside. Both players lack potential. Blogging the Boys' RJ Ochoa responded to Fowler's story by saying the Cowboys shouldn't pursue 

another quarterback. "That's why you take this position (and others) seriously in the summer. They worked hard, and now they have to depend on Cooper Rush."

Even if Dallas traded for Jimmy Garoppolo or a similar quarterback, it wouldn't alleviate other personnel concerns.

Rush might hold down the fort if Prescott returns sooner than expected.
Jerry Jones said Dallas "feels better" about Prescott's outlook after surgery.

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