Former Cleveland Browns Quarterback Brandon Weeden has completed a move to the Dallas Cowboys after visiting the franchise on Monday and signing a few hours later.
Weeden could be coming in as a possible second choice Quarterback for the Cowboys with their previous second choice Kyle Orton set to return and long-time starter Tony Romo still undecided about returning for another season.
Orton is still yet to be confirmed and is widely regarded as one of the best back-up Quarterbacks in the NFL so Orton may receive offers of a role elsewhere.
Even if Orton and Romo return, the Cowboys could keep three Quarterbacks on their roster for the first time since 2011.
Weeden has failed to impress thus far in the NFL after being drafted by the Browns in 2012 and has since amassed a 5-15 record as a starter with Cleveland.
He now becomes the only player at Quarterback to have his future clear with the Dallas Cowboys and will be looking to re-launch his NFL career in Texas.
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