The Dallas Cowboys appear to be staying with their current quarterback Dak Prescott despite their need to find a replacement for him.
The Cowboys don't plan to seek a trade for a quarterback due to a "unforeseen change." Prescott underwent surgery on his damaged thumb yesterday, and depending on whatever timetable you believe, he may return in the next four weeks or may be out for six to eight.
Dallas will start Cooper Rush and back him up with Will Grier by employing their own internal choices. There isn't really much potential with either player.
Regarding another quarterback, the Cowboys currently have no worthwhile options, according to RJ Ochoa of Blogging the Boys, who responded to Fowler's story.
"Because of this, you treat this position—along with all others—seriously throughout the actual offseason. They proceeded as usual, and now they must rely on Cooper Rush."
Other Cowboys fans are pointing out that the team's other personnel problems wouldn't be resolved even if they traded for Jimmy Garoppolo or a quarterback similar to him.
The Cowboys' best case scenario might involve Rush holding down the fort and Prescott returning earlier than expected.
The Pro Bowl quarterback was not placed on injured reserve by Dallas because, according to owner Jerry Jones, the organisation "feels better" about Prescott's outlook following surgery.