For those hoping that the Dallas Cowboys will pick Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel in the first round, owner and general manager Jerry Jones all but ruled out the possibility Tuesday. "I will go as far as to say it is not our primary goal in the first round to be looking at a quarterback," Jones said. "We've got a good one." Jones believes that quarterback is a position of strength for the Cowboys heading into the draft with Tony Romo, Kyle Orton and Brandon Weeden. Romo, however, is coming off two back surgeries in less than a year. Orton has yet to show up for the voluntary offseason program, and Weeden, who was signed to a two-year deal with no guaranteed money, is viewed as a developmental prospect. The Cowboys also have added Caleb Hanie because of Orton's absence.
Cowboys nix Manziel talk
ESPN Dallas | May 6