On Wednesday, the Cowboys signed 41-year-old Kitna with the team at practice later in the afternoon. Pay per head services saw that Dallas released wide receiver/kick returner Micheal Spurlock to make room on the roster.
Price per head sportsbooks remember that the last time that Kitna played for the Cowboys was in 2011, and then he retired. The player was teaching and coaching high school football in Tacoma, Washington.
Dallas did not rule out Romo from playing against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, despite the player suffering from a back injury, but according to sources, Romo needs back surgery and won’t play again this season.
Sources said that on Monday, Romo had an epidural injection, and the hope is that it eases the back problems enough for him to play.
Pay per head services learned that if Romo can’t return to action, Kyle Orton will start.
On Tuesday, Dallas worked out John Skelton, David Carr, Richard Bartel, Tyler Thigpen, and Caleb Hanie, but they decided to go with Kitna, who knows the team’s offense and most of their personnel, but for two seasons was out of the NFL.
Price per head sportsbooks saw that in 15 seasons, he played with the Cincinnati Bengals, Seattle Seahawks, Detroit Lions, and the Cowboys, and he started 124 games and threw for 29,745 yards with 169 touchdowns and 165 interceptions. In 2010 Kitna started nine games for Dallas after Romo suffered a broken collarbone, and threw for 2,365 yards with 16 touchdown passes and 12 interceptions.
The team did not have an extra quarterback since they lost Alex Tanney off the practice squad last month, so they had to sign a QB so they could at least get through practice with an injured Romo.
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Pay per head services also found out that Dallas released receiver/returner Micheal Spurlock to make room for Kitna. On Sunday the player had a 62-yard punt return against the Washington Redskins.