The Dallas Cowboys are aware of their future starting quarterback.

Monday afternoon, head coach Mike McCarthy made the announcement that Cooper Rush will start in place of Dak Prescott until he is able to return.

McCarthy also stated that the team will look into all possible choices for a third quarterback.

This would appear to eliminate the Cowboys from consideration for players like Tyler Huntley, Mason Rudolph, and Jimmy Garoppolo.

Rush has spent five seasons with the Cowboys and has participated in nine games for them.

In those games, he has accumulated 488 yards in the air, three touchdowns, and one interception.

Given that Prescott might be absent for a few months, he will now be responsible for keeping the Cowboys afloat.

On September 18, in an effort to record their first victory of the season, the Cowboys will play the Cincinnati Bengals.

The game will begin at 4:25 p.m. ET.

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