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Topic - Stephen Mcgee
Cowboys quarterback Jon Kitna has missed a second straight day of practice, making it less likely he will play the season finale.
Stephen McGee has taken a step toward becoming the starting quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys this weekend.
From the day he was drafted, Stephen McGee understood the pecking order among Dallas Cowboys quarterbacks. Tony Romo was the starter, Jon Kitna the backup. His role was to be seen and not heard, to absorb as much as he could without getting in the way.
Jon Kitna will be the starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys in their finale Sunday if his strained abdominal muscle heals enough.
We're just dying laughing," McGee said.
"I had fun going out there in practice today, competing, getting guys in and out of the huddle," McGee said. "I love that. I love playing football, being around the game. This is my dream job, playing quarterback in the NFL, especially for the Dallas Cowboys. I'm having a blast and just continuing to get better this week and making strides toward Sunday."