The Cowboys weren’t the only team taking a look at Mike Kafka.
The former Eagles backup has found a home, as his agent just tweeted he had been signed by the Buccaneers.
Kafka was out of the league last season after going to camp with the Jaguars. He showed some flashes with the Eagles in the past, and is worth a shot on a thin depth chart.
The Bucs have Mike Glennon and Dan Orlovsky on the roster at the moment, so adding a potential backup with some experience in the league will help.
The early indications are that the new coaching staff thinks Glennon has promise, which could keep them out of the market at the position this offseason.