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Chiefs Release QB Aaron Murray, Will Dallas Be Interested?

Final roster cuts have begun in the National Football League, and the Dallas Cowboys will have their eyes on players that get released that could help fill some final team needs. Among those needs once again, thanks to Tony Romo‘s injury in Seattle, is depth at quarterback behind now-starter Dak Prescott.

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NEWS ALERT: Chiefs release QB Aaron Murray. (via @RapSheet)

Jameill Showers “auditioned” for the primary backup role last night against the Texans, and was anything but reassuring in the loss. The Cowboys obviously understand that Showers was playing entirely with backups, and any signing they can make at this point for a third QB would likely do little to save the Cowboys season from a similar fate suffered in 2015 should Prescott go down.

Still, one intriguing name just became available, as the QB-heavy Kansas City Chiefs moved on from 2014 fifth round pick Aaron Murray out of Georgia. While Murray does not fill the void the Cowboys have for a veteran backup with experience, his traits out of college make him an interesting option.

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Cowboys personnel dept has fondness for reportedly released #Chiefs QB Aaron Murray. Stay tuned. @1053thefan https://t.co/2QbO5YTenc

Murray still holds the SEC record for passing yards and touchdowns. This preseason, Murray appeared in three games for Kansas City, failing to throw a touchdown while tossing three interceptions. Most recently, he completed 10 passes on 18 attempts against the Packers for 108 yards. Basically, he is a Murray with some potential should he come wear the silver and blue, as he hails from the same conference that Dak Prescott dominated on his way to becoming the greatest Dallas Cowboy of all time a rookie sensation.

The Dallas Cowboys want to stay relevant at all costs until Tony Romo is ready to potentially give it one more go around for the 2016 season. With a star studded offensive line, dominant running game, and plenty of talent at wide receiver and tight end, Aaron Murray may just be the missing piece to make that happen.

Dallas has the fourth priority on the waiver wire, which puts them ahead of the Minnesota Vikings, who recently lost starting QB Teddy Bridgewater for the season. Only time will tell if they put it to use on Murray, or another quarterback that ends up without a job.

As other teams move on from players that could be targeted by the Dallas Cowboys, Inside The Star will have you updated! For Cowboys’ roster moves, bookmark this Roster Tracker and follow us on Twitter @CowboysNation!

Would you like to see the Dallas Cowboys bring in Aaron Murray? Let us know! Comment below to share your thoughts, or email me at Sean.Martin@InsideTheStar.com.

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Sean Martin

Born January 28th, 1996- Cowboys Super Bowl XXX. Point Pleasant NJ, no we're not how you think we are. Host of "Upon Further Review" on 90.3 WMSC FM and wmscradio.com every Friday from 1-4 PM ET. Also available through iHeart radio! Keep up with the show on Twitter @UFRWMSC!

6 Comments
  • Randy Martin

    The reality on Murray is he is a developmental project as is Jameil Showers and as truly is Dak Prescott. I say we stay focused on a true veteran with NFL experience. Murray is a crap shoot.

  • http://wmscradio.com/show/upon-further-review/ Sean Martin

    Thank you for reading, Randy. I don’t think developmental is the wrong path to go here, because a repeat of 2015 with some new veteran backup doesn’t do any good. Like we’re going to see with Prescott, the goal with these quarterbacks is to first evaluate what role they can play long-term. Murray could be a long-term answer as a developmental backup. Or, and most likely, he could struggle just as much as Showers or even the veteran with experience.

    We’ll see who they target, but I’m also pulling for them to put a claim in on Tyrone Holmes – recently released by the Jaguars. Going to be watching some film on him for a new article soon!

  • Randy

    No he shows nothing but there is a few an out there mv? I do not know

  • Randy

    Help no there is talent out there cheap Mike Vick with great of line

  • http://yahoo Tony Tran

    If Kansas City release QB Aaron Murray Cowboys should get him because he is better QB than any other QBs he is good fast and play a lot better than Mark Sanchez from Denver.. If I am coach for Dallas I will get Aaron Murray for Cowboys.

  • http://yahoo Tony Tran

    Tony… If I coach for Cowboys I will get Aaron Murray back up QB for Cowboys because he play better than Mark Sanchez..

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