Developing a Quarterback Is a Must

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Developing a Quarterback Is a Must
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The last quarterback the Cowboys tried to develop was Stephen McGee, who couldn't conform from a shotgun style to a traditional under the center formation. There were other issues with McGee, arm strength and decision making among them, however the Cowboys two main quarterbacks are Tony Romo and Kyle Orton. Nick Stephens, a 6-3, and 230 pound quarterback from Tarleton State, is on the futures roster. Stephens is more of a drop back passer and it's uncertain if he'll be around in late July when training camp starts.

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