Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden has agreed to a two-year deal with the Dallas Cowboys, ESPN reports.
ESPN confirmed Monday morning that Weeden was set to meet with Cowboys' coaches while visiting Dallas.
Last week, Weeden was released from the Browns. The former Oklahoma State University star was a first round NFL Draft pick for the Cleveland Browns in 2012.
According to ESPN, Weeden completed 438 of 784 passes for 5,116 yards with 23 touchdowns and 26 interceptions during his two seasons with the Browns.
Cowboys quarterbacks Tony Romo and Kyle Orton remain under contract.
According to the Dallas Cowboys' website, Weeden would be the third quarterback on the depth chart, behind Romo and Orton, respectively.