Jon Kitna was signed this week to serve as the backup quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys. With Tony Romo likely out for Sunday’s season finale against the Detroit Lions the Cowboys needed someone behind Kyle Orton. While Kitna will collect $53,000 for his week of work with the Cowboys, he will not keep any of his salary donating it instead. Kitna will turn over the money to Lincoln...
Jon Kitna, who was just signed by the Dallas Cowboys to back up Kyle Orton, will donate the money he's paid to his high school.
In a move befitting only the Dallas Cowboys 41-year old Jon Kitna is coming out of retirement to serve as the No. 2 or 3 quarterback for the Cowboys in their season finale against the Philadelphia Eagles (and possibly more). As a veteran of 15 seasons he will be due a single game check of $53,000.Not bad for a week of playing football, huh?@EOTMPR/TwitterWhat's really crazy is how...
The Dallas Cowboys are close to bringing Jon Kitna out of retirement to serve as the team's emergency quarterback with Tony Romo at risk of missing the season finale against Philadelphia. The team reported on its website Tuesday night that Kitna would join the team in time for practice Christmas Day. The move is pending a physical for the 41-year-old Kitna, who retired after the...
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December 24, 2013 | Discuss
With the division title one the line in the upcoming season finale against the Philadelphia Eagles (9-6) on Sunday Night Football (Dec. 29), the Dallas Cowboys (8-7) have decided to bring back 41-year-old free agent quarterback Jon Kitna, according to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Cowboys are expected to sign Jon kitna as third qb. A blast from the past — Clarence...
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