Retired 6-Time Pro Bowl QB Named Possible Cowboys Signing

The Dallas Cowboys are now concerned about Dak Prescott’s thumb injury.

While the Cowboys aren’t currently signing another signal-caller, thinks there’s an opportunity for “America’s Team”, a veteran quarterback with extensive Super Bowl experience.

Current odds of Ben Roethlisberger signing with the Cowboys are 50/1. Although it’s unlikely, it’s interesting that he was even considered as an option.

After the 2021 season, Roethlisberger was forced to retire. He completed 64.5 percent his passes for 3,740 yard with 22 touchdowns, and 10 interceptions.

It’s intriguing to think that Roethlisberger might sign with the Cowboys, but Cooper Rush will fill in for Prescott.

Rush played in one Cowboys game last season. He led them to victory over the Minnesota Vikings. Rush will try to repeat that success this season.

“You’ve got to go in, you’ve got to make things click as if ‘4’ [Prescott] was in there,” Rush said, via ESPN. “We’ll draw on that experience from last year big time. You know, got my feet wet last year and getting out there [Sunday]. We’ll regroup as a team and a group on offense.”

This Sunday, the Cowboys take on the Cincinnati Bengals.

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