NFL owners voted Tuesday to approve moving the trade deadline back two weeks.
Cowboys signed QB Kyle Orton, formerly of the Chiefs, to a three-year contract.
Free agent QB Kyle Orton's first visit will reportedly be with the Cowboys.
Speaking at the Scouting Combine, Chiefs GM Scott Pioli expressed some interest in re-signing free agent Kyle Orton.
According to the Washington Examiner, the Redskins had interest in free agent Kyle Orton when he was waived by Denver last November.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that free agent Kyle Orton is one of the available quarterbacks about whom the Redskins have had "internal discussions."
The Florida Times Union mentions free agents Kyle Orton and Jake Delhomme as two veteran quarterbacks the Jaguars might try to sign.
Impending free agent Kyle Orton has hinted he won't be back with the Chiefs in 2012.
Kyle Orton completed 15-of-29 passes for 180 yards in Kansas City's Week 17 win over the Broncos.
According to NFL Network's Michael Lombardi, the Chiefs will "make an effort" to re-sign impending free agent Kyle Orton as a competitor for Matt Cassel in 2012.
Kyle Orton completed 21-of-36 passes for 300 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions in the Chiefs' Week 16 overtime loss to the Raiders.
Interim coach Romeo Crennel said Kyle Orton should be the Chiefs' 2012 starter if he wins the final two games.
Kyle Orton completed 23-of-31 passes for 299 yards to guide the Chiefs to a 19-14 upset victory over the Packers in Week 15.
ESPN's Rachel Nichols confirms that Kyle Orton will be the Chiefs' starting quarterback Sunday against the Packers.