The Kyle Orton Watch will have to continue for the Dallas Cowboys.

While coach Jason Garrett said more than a few times that he anticipated Orton would attend this week's mandatory minicamp, the backup quarterback did not show up for Monday's physical, according to multiple sources.

By missing the physical, Orton is subject to a $10,930 fine. If he does not show up for Tuesday's first day of minicamp, he would face a fine of $11,575. If he misses all three days of the minicamp, the maximum fine is $69,455.

Orton's agent, David Dunn, could not be reached for comment.

If he decides to play, Orton's base salary will already be docked $75,000 because of a de-escalator in his contract for missing too many workouts.

Orton, 32, has been weighing whether he wants to continue playing. He started the Week 17 finale against the Philadelphia Eagles and completed 30 of 46 passes for 358 yards, two touchdowns and had two interceptions in the Cowboys' 24-22 loss.