Emergency Cowboys QB Kitna Will Donate $53K Salary to High School Where He Teaches Math

December 26, 2013 0 Comments

And he will donate his salary for the week to Lincoln High School, where he teaches, according to the Dallas Morning News. The Cowboys signed Kitna for this week after quarterback Tony Romo suffered a back injury that may put him out of the season. Though Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Romo could play, early indications were that Romo's injury was a herniated disc in his back that would require surgery, which means journeyman quarterback Kyle Orton will most likely start on Sunday with a trip to the postseason on the line. 

Kitna, having played for the Cowboys as Romo's backup for three years, is familiar with head coach Jason Garrett's offensive schemes. In addition, he is a good quarterback to bring in to run the scout team offense and mimic Eagles quarterback Nick Foles. 

Since leaving the NFL in 2011, Kitna has been teaching math and helping his high school's football team by running their scout team as well.

When Kitna was teased about math scores in the state of Washington having dipped, he reportedly, with emphasis, said that was not the case in his classes. 







Also in News

PROOF: Protesters are paid $2,500 to disrupt Trump's Inauguration
PROOF: Protesters are paid $2,500 to disrupt Trump's Inauguration

January 17, 2017 0 Comments

The San Francisco based group is offering people a $2,500.00 monthly retainer and $50/hr during each protest they participate in.

Continue Reading →

PHOTO: Moving Van Spotted Outside Obama's $5 Million Dollar Mansion
PHOTO: Moving Van Spotted Outside Obama's $5 Million Dollar Mansion

January 16, 2017 0 Comments

A photograph of a moving van outside President Obama's new mansion went viral Monday.

Continue Reading →

Protesters Caught On Camera Plotting To Use Acid At Trump Inauguration
Protesters Caught On Camera Plotting To Use Acid At Trump Inauguration

January 16, 2017 0 Comments

In the shocking video the activists discus their tactics including the use of butyric acid bombs at the National Press Club and Deploraball.

Continue Reading →