Found January 27, 2012 on Dallas Cowboys And The NFL:
Jon Kitna is back at school, Stephen McGee is fresh off bagging a big buck in South Texas and the Dallas Cowboys are preparing to search for a veteran backup quarterback. Lincoln High School in Tacoma, Wash., introduced Kitna as its football coach on Thursday. Kitna recently retired after a 15-season NFL career, including the last three with the Cowboys. Kitna will also teach math at his alma mater, putting to use the math education degree he received at Central Washington University, according to the Associated Press. While Kitna settled into his post-football career, Jerry Jones, Jason Garrett and the Cowboys scouts were at the Senior Bowl studying draft prospects. While in Mobile, Ala., Jones was asked about the backup quarterback spot. His response indicated the club will seek to land a veteran to replace Kitna. If that’s the case, it could mean another season at the bottom of the depth chart for McGee, a Texas A&M product who just completed his third season with Dallas afte...
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