Cooper Rush Signs with Dallas Cowboys


Despite not getting selected during the 2017 NFL Draft, Central Michigan quarterback Cooper Rush is still getting his chance at a professional career.

An hour after the draft concluded Saturday, Rush took to twitter to thank his family, friends and the Dallas Cowboys for signing him as an undrafted free agent.

During his time in Mt. Pleasant, Rush started in 50 consecutive games, throwing for 12,894 yards and 90 touchdowns.

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