UFL Championship Quarterback Has Chance To Start for Dallas Cowboys

January 2, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Former Florida Tuskers quarterback Chris Greisen has gone from being a backup in the United Football League, to starting in the UFL Championship Game, and now he will be activated for the Dallas Cowboys final game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Greisen was the main reason why the Tuskers were able to make it to the Championship game. He was the backup quarterback when the team had a record of 2-3. Then, when was named starter, Greisen led his team to three consecutive victories. Florida's 5-3 record was good enough to land them in a Championship game against a tough Las Vegas defense.
When he made the Championship game, Greisen put on a great performance. He completed 24 of his 42 attempts for 346 yards passing, along with two rushing touchdowns. The 34 year old quarterback's performance throughout the season was impressive enough for the Dallas Cowboys to sign him to the practice squad on December 27.
Dallas was in need of a quarterback because their starter Tony...

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