NFL Reacts to Cowboys QB Trade

The Dallas Cowboys are replacing Dak Prescott with their current quarterbacks.

According to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler, the Cowboys would not trade for a quarterback unless there is a "unexpected shift."

Prescott had thumb surgery on Monday and might return in four weeks or miss six to eight weeks.

From the inside, Dallas will send Cooper Rush and backup Will Grier. Both athletes have untapped potential.

Blogging In response to Fowler's story, Ochoa stated that the Cowboys should not pursue him.

In another quarterback That is why, throughout the summer, you take this position (and others) seriously.

They worked hard, and now they must rely on Cooper Rush."

Rush might fill in for Prescott if he recovers sooner than planned. Jerry Jones stated that Dallas "feels better about Prescott's outlook following surgery."

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