Former Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden may attempt to revive his career as Tony Romo’s backup.
Weeden will visit the Cowboys today, ESPNDallas.com reports.
The Cowboys have been known to be interested in Weeden, presumably as a minimum-salary third-string quarterback who would become the second-string quarterback if Kyle Orton decides to retire. If Weeden does sign in Dallas and Orton does return, Weeden would have to do well in the offseason and training camp just to make the roster, as the Cowboys have generally only kept two quarterbacks in recent years.
The 30-year-old Weeden was a 2012 first-round draft pick of the Browns. He has completed 55.9 percent of his passes, with 23 touchdowns and 26 interceptions, in two years in the NFL.