Jameill Showers is spending most of his time these days working as a defensive back on the Dallas Cowboys’ practice squad. But this week he returned to quarterback roots. The former Texas A&M and UTEP player has been charged with the difficult task of running the scout team and emulating Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. All signs indicate Showers did an impressive show replicating the elusive and versatile Wilson. “He did a great job for us. He gave us a great look,” linebacker Sean Lee said. “Jameill is an unbelievable athlete. He can do so many things and really has done well in his transition to defense. “But when you put him back at quarterback, you see how talented he is throwing the ball and running. He gave us an incredible look.” Showers has been with the Cowboys since signing as an undrafted free agent in 2015, and has been used in a variety of roles. His versatility makes him an asset for the organization. Showers had no issues reverting back to quarterback and doing his best Wilson impression.
Jameill Showers emulates Russell Wilson for Cowboys
Fort Worth Star-Telegram | Dec 23