NFL Responses to Cowboys QB Trade.
To replace Dak Prescott, the Dallas Cowboys are turning to their current quarterbacks.
According to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN, unless there is a "unexpected change," the Cowboys won't trade for a quarterback.
Prescott had thumb surgery on Monday and could return in four weeks or be out for six to eight.
Dallas will start Cooper Rush from the inside, and Will Grier will come in as a backup.
In response to Fowler's piece, RJ Ochoa of Blogging the Boys stated that the Cowboys shouldn't pursue another quarterback.
Because of this, you treat this job—along with others—seriously during the summer. They put in a lot of effort, and now they have to rely on Cooper Rush.
Even if Dallas traded for Jimmy Garoppolo or another quarterback, other personnel issues would still exist.
Depending on how soon Prescott returns, Rush might be able to hold down the fort. Prescott's outlook following surgery, according to Jerry Jones, has improved for Dallas.