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Weeden A Cowboy Again, Signs With Dallas

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Brandon Weeden will be a Cowboy for the second time in his career, the Edmond native signed a two year deal with the Dallas Cowboys on Monday, March 17.

Last week the former Oklahoma State star was released by the Cleveland Browns, the team that drafted him in the first round in 2012.

According to sources, Weeden’s deal is worth $1.23 million over the two years.

The ex major league baseball player has a 5-15 record as a starting quarterback, has thrown 23 touchdowns and 26 interceptions over two years with the Browns.

The 30 year old is believed to be Dallas’ third quarterback behind starter Tony Romo and backup Kyle Orton.

The Cowboys haven’t had a third quarterback on their roster in three years.

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