The Cowboys weren’t the only team looking at Mike Kafka.
The former Eagles backup has found a home, as his agent just tweeted he had been signed by the Buccaneers.
Kafka, a fourth-round pick in 2010, saw a little action for the Eagles in 2011, but was waived by the team before the 2012 season. Signed last January to a reserve/futures contract by the Patriots, Kafka was subsequently waived and claimed by the Jaguars, where he competed for a roster spot in the summer before being cut again. The Northwestern alum worked out for the Cowboys last week, but it seems either Dallas or the signal-caller himself chose to go in another direction. (via Pro Football Rumors )
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