Dallas Cowboys Owner Has Eyes On One QB In The Upcoming 2023 NFL Draft

The Dallas Cowboys may have reaffirmed their commitment to Dak Prescott following their Divisional Round loss to the San Francisco 49ers, but that doesn't rule them out from looking for a Quarterback in the upcoming draft, which is something they've been looking into.

According to owner Jerry Jones, one player in particular has stood out at the Senior Bowl, and that would be TCU's Max Duggan, who was a Heisman finalist this past year, and has shown the ability to make plays all over the field with his legs or his arm.

Duggan played his college ball not far from Dallas at Texas Christian, and while he's not projected to be a top pick, he could be very useful down in the draft, and if the Cowboys see him as a future backup with starter potential, he'll be the perfect pick for them. 

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