According to the Dallas Morning News, veteran QB Jon Kitna has decided to retire after 15 NFL seasons.
Owner/GM Jerry Jones wouldn't rule out the possibility that Jon Kitna's back injury could be career-ending in nature.
Cowboys placed Jon Kitna (back) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Jon Kitna (back) is not expected to be available for at least two more weeks.
The Cowboys put in an unsuccessful waiver claim for Kyle Orton on Wednesday.
Cowboys backup QB Jon Kitna's back injury is "a tick more severe" than his previous issue in the preseason.
Backup Cowboys QB Jon Kitna (back) has been declared out for Week 11.
Jon Kitna completed 6-of-10 passes for 87 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions in Dallas' Week 2 win over San Francisco.
ESPN Dallas' Todd Archer confirms that Jon Kitna is "entrenched" as the Cowboys' No. 2 quarterback.
The Dallas Morning News fully expects Jon Kitna to remain Tony Romo's primary backup in 2011.
Jon Kitna (oblique) confirmed that he could have played in Sunday's season finale, but couldn't guarantee that he would have made it through the game.
Jon Kitna (oblique) is active for Sunday's game against the Cowboys, but Stephen McGee will start.
Cowboys signed QB Chris Greisen from their practice squad.
Jon Kitna (questionable, oblique) missed practice again on Friday.