Texas signed 12th NFL team Josh McConn for 41-year-old Travelman quarterback

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Houston Texas reportedly has a new quarterback NFL agent Mike McCartney On Wednesday, his client Josh McConn was signed to Texas’ active roster. McKown was on the Philadelphia Eagles’ practice squad and on the verge of retirement. However, it appears that the age of 41 is not yet completed.

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McConn was originally drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in the third round of the 2002 NFL Draft out of Sam Houston State. He has been a traveling quarterback, and will play for his 12th NFL team. He played in the Eagles’ wild-card playoff matchup against the Seattle Seahawks last year, and completed 18 of 24 passes for 174 yards. This is an interesting development as the Texans have AJ Macarron to support Deon Watson, but interim head coach Romeo Crennel clearly saw an opportunity to sign an experienced signal-caller and jumped on it.

With McCon now on the Texas active roster, this at the very least prevents the Dallas Cowboys from signing him. Dak Prescott suffered a season ending ankle injury, while Andy Dalton suffered a concussion and is currently on the Reserve / COVID-19 list. CBS Sports NFL Insider Jonathan Jones published a piece last week stating that the Cowboys would have to sign McConn to save their season.

It is unknown where exactly McConn will fit on the Texas depth chart, but he certainly brings some experience to this team. In 102 career games, McCon has passed 60.2 percent for a total of 17,731 yards, 98 touchdowns and 82 receptions.

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