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Former WWE Star ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin Says He Could Play Quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys

Former WWE Star ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin Says He Could Play Quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys

Brandon Weeden? No. Matt Cassel? No. Steve Austin?

Ever since Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Tony Romo went down with a broken left collerbone in a week two game against the Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas has had some QB issues. Those could come to an end, as ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin, the former WWE mega star thinks he could play the position until Romo returns November 22nd.

The 50-year-old and host of the “Stone Cold Podcast” on the WWE Network may not have any prior professional experience under center, but he certainly doesn’t lack any confidence.

Here’s the whole transcript via The Dallas Morning News:

The good folks at Bleacher Report imagined what the Rattlesnake would look like in a Cowboys uniform:

If you want to see Austin Quarterback the Dallas Cowboys, GIVE ME A HELL YEAH!

Peter Elliott writes about the NFL and MLB for Talking Baws. You can follow him on Twitter @redsoxforever42 and email him at [email protected]

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