If Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook is there in the second-round, watch for the Dallas Cowboys to draft him. Cook can go anywhere from late in the first-round to the second-round.
We’ve been informed that if Cook will be there in the second-round that the Cowboys will take him. He would be the long-term relationship to Tony Romo.
Romo, who is close to the final few years of his career, suffered two collarbone injuries last year that caused the Cowboys to have a horrible season — to their standards.
The Cowboys were 3-1 with Romo last season. However, they were 1-11 with Brandon Weeden, Matt Cassel and Kellen Moore as the starter.
While Cassel is back, they do not have a long-term replacement for the 35-year-old Romo. Cook would give the Cowboys that option so when Romo is ready to step away, he could take over the reigns.
Cassel led the team with 119-of-204 for 1,276 yards and five touchdowns. Romo went 83-of-121 for 884 yards and five touchdowns.
As a senior, went 229-of-408 for 3,131 yards and 24 touchdowns. He also threw seven interceptions.
Cook would give the Cowboys their future signal-caller, as they ride out the end of Romo’s career.