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The Cowboys may look to acquire a dual-threat quarterback like Jordan Travis from Florida State as a backup plan for Dak Prescott, who is entering the final year of his contract with no talks of an extension.
As Bleacher Report’s Maurice Moton writes, Florida State’s Jordan Travis is one quarterback the Cowboys should target as a potential replacement for Prescott.
“If the Cowboys can harness Travis’ athleticism without limiting his upside as a playmaker, he could become a dynamic signal-caller with the team’s supporting cast,” writes Moton
The 23-year-old Travis was actually a favorite to win the Heisman Trophy during the 2023 season, leading the Seminoles to an 11-0 record and on the verge of a college football playoff appearance. However, he suffered a season-ending broken leg injury against North Alabama while fighting for extra yardage.

Prior to his injury, Travis had thrown for 20 touchdowns against just two interceptions for a 64.1 percent completion rate in addition to seven touchdowns.

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