IRVING – With rookie left guard Bill Nagy expected to miss the rest of the season with a broken ankle, the Cowboys are set to audition several possible replacements Tuesday.
The most familiar name is Montrae Holland, who was released by Dallas before the start of the season after spending the last three seasons with the club.
ESPNDallas.com also reported the Cowboys will take a look at Texas Tech-alum Daniel Loper and Mansfield Wrotto, a fourth-round pick out of Georgia Tech by Seattle in 2007.
Loper, a fifth-round pick by Tennessee in 2005, has started nine of 58 games over six seasons with three teams. Wrotto has played in 27 games, logging 12 starts, including seven for Buffalo last season.
The NFL trade deadline is at 3 p.m. today, but it appears as if the Cowboys will go the free agent route to bolster their depth up front.
Even if they acquire another lineman, it appears likely that undrafted rookie Kevin Kowalski would start against St. Louis this weekend. Kowalski, who start...