The Cowboys have made some minor moves in free agency, including extending former 3rd-round pick, Terrance Williams, four years on a deal worth $17 million. They just came to terms with Nolan Carroll, the cornerback formerly with the Philadelphia Eagles. Carroll was an effective player, who at 30, signs a 3-year deal reportedly.
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Damontre Moore, a defensive end comes to Dallas as a 4-3 specialist. Moore is considered an underachiever that, at only 24-years-old, Rod Marinelli can still mold into something special potentially. He’s a former 3rd-round pick with 10 career sacks.
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The Cowboys lost safety, Barry Church to the Jaguars, and Terrell McClain to division-rival Washington. Another big loss was Ronald Leary going to Denver, which some consider a precursor to an eventual Tony Romo signing. Romo sits on the roster still, while trade rumors flow.
The Cowboys do have one of the youngest, most talented rosters in football, which can make this time of year less fun than for say, the Jacksonville Jaguars. Stay tuned for more free agent updates here at Cover32 Dallas!