Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has it made clear he has full confidence in Andy Dalton's ability to lead the team and is shutting down any discussion of acquiring another quarterback in the wake of Dak Prescott's long-term absence.
"We've got our quarterback in Andy Dalton," Jones said when asked if the team had any plans to make a trade, per The Athletic's Jon Machota.
The Cowboys did make one minor addition to the quarterback room, signing Garrett Gilbert from the Browns' practice squad. Gilbert and rookie signal-caller Ben DiNucci are expected to back up Dalton moving forward.
Dalton played well during Sunday's victory over the New York Giants, completing 9-of-11 passes for 111 yards after Prescott went down with a serious ankle injury.
Dallas signed Dalton this past offseason to a one-year deal worth up to $7 million with incentives, which include $1 million for playing 50-percent of the team's snaps this season plus a playoff birth, per Spotrac.
The veteran - who spent nine years spearheading the Cincinnati Bengals - owns a career record of 70-61-2 with 204 touchdown passes.