The Dallas Cowboys know who their starting quarterback will be heading into the 2014 NFL season. Tony Romo will be under center Week 1 for America's Team, but behind him there have been a number of changes made.
Since the end of last season, Kyle Orton has debated retirement and the duo of Brandon Weeden and Caleb Hanie have been brought in. West Texas A&M product Dustin Vaughan was also brought in as an undrafted free agent, though it'd take a lot for him to make the final roster cut.
Dallas has recently gone away from carrying more than two quarterbacks on its regular-season roster. That trend very well could change in 2014 with Orton possibly not returning. Without Orton, Dallas would be without a veteran presence at the position outside Romo.
The backup positions behind Romo are up for grabs between the newcomers. Here is a complete look at Dallas' quarterback situation and who is likely to take the No. 2 and No. 3 positions once the preseason concludes.