Found August 07, 2013 on Fox Sports:
Tony Romo drew plenty of laughs when he joked on the first day of training camp that his offensive line looked good ''running up and down the sideline.'' It's getting to the point where it's not funny for the Dallas Cowboys. Dallas has had injury problems at guard since training camp started more than two weeks ago. And now the Cowboys are in serious pursuit of a veteran. They've already been turned down once. Former New York Jets lineman Brandon Moore decided not to sign with the Cowboys on Wednesday, a day after the 10-year veteran tentatively agreed to a deal. The Cowboys didn't want Moore as a fill-in. They wanted the 33-year-old to start before he told them he was planning to retire. Both of last year's starting guards, Nate Livings and Mackenzy Bernadeau, have missed significant time at training camp. Livings might not be ready for the regular season after two surgeries on his right knee in six months. ''We're pretty deplet...
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