Well, that didn’t take long.
Good ole’ Brandon Weeden, everyone’s favorite whipping boy here in Cleveland during his two year stint as Quarterback, has officially found a new home. The Dallas Cowboys have announced they have given the former Browns first round pick a two-year deal. Terms have not yet been disclosed.
The 30-year old Weeden will join a club that is already set at QB with Tony Romo as the starter and veteran Kyle Orton, who started week 16 for the injured Romo and played well, as the top two. This essentially means that Weeden will be joining the Cowboys as a third string insurance policy. Keep in mind that most clubs these days are keeping two QBs so there is no guarantee that Brandon even breaks camp with the Cowboys.
I guess what they say is true. Once a Cowboy….always a Cowboy.