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Cowboys Not Interested In Colt McCoy, According To Report

It appears that the Dallas Cowboys are well-stocked for quarterbacks heading into the 2012 NFL season. Starting quarterback Tony Romo will be returning, of course. The Cowboys have also signed Kyle Orton to a three-year deal to be a strong backup QB with the departure of former backup John Kitna.

There were recent rumblings that the Cowboys would look into acquiring Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy as a third-stringer. The writing appears to be on the wall in Cleveland concerning McCoy, who may find a new home by the time the season kicks off in the fall.

According to Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas, the Cowboys officially have no interest in McCoy and will be sticking with Stephen McGee as the No. 3 quarterback in 2012. McGee has made some spot starts for the Cowboys since his 2010 NFL debut with the team and has thrown three touchdowns and no interceptions in his career.

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