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IRVING, Texas (AP) -- The Dallas Cowboys have released cornerback Vince Agnew and replaced him by signing Michael Coe off waivers from Miami.
Coe appeared in seven games for the New York Giants before he was released Nov. 26. He played one game for the Dolphins before being released Monday.
A fifth-round pick by Indianapolis in 2007, Coe has 19 tackles and two fumble recoveries in 35 career games with the Colts, Giants and Dolphins.
Agnew was signed to the active roster Nov. 10 after joining the Dallas practice squad on Oct. 16.
The Cowboys juggled their practice squad by releasing cornerback Reggie Jones and tight end Chase Ford and adding cornerback Micah Pellerin.
The Chicago Bears signed linebacker Jerry Franklin off the Dallas practice squad.
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