IRVING, Texas – The snowy weather didn’t stop the Cowboys from working out players Thursday.
Dallas took a look at quarterback Mike Kafka and former Arena League receivers Braylon Bell and Maurice Williams at a local high school near Valley Ranch.
Kafka was a fourth-round draft pick of the Eagles’ in 2010 out of Northwestern. He remained with Philadelphia in 2010 and played in four games for the Eagles in 2011 before getting released during the final roster cuts prior to the 2012 season.
The quarterback spent time briefly with the Patriots and Jaguars last season but hasn’t played in a regular season NFL game since 2011. Kafka was a dual threat at Northwestern, where he threw for 4,265 yards and rushed for another 891 yards during his career.
Bell was a receiver at Abilene Christian, while Williams played in college at Pittsburgh. Both players spent time in the Arena League in 2013, but Williams was also signed by the Colts in 2013 before getting an injury settlement at the end of August.
It’s unknown at this point if any players will be signed.