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There are now multiple reports the Cowboys “could” be considering moving La’el Collins back to guard

Say it with me, guys. Po-si-tion flex-i-bi-li-ty. The Cowboys love it. The Dallas Cowboys are reportedly bringing in some free agent offensive tackles for a look. Activity! As far as the potential purpose they would serve, well that’s unclear at the moment. Do the Cowboys think they need a swing tackle to replace their own (Chaz Green)? Or are the Cowboys looking for a legitimate...
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4 hours ago

Early offseason roster predictions: Which offensive players will be on the roster come September?

Dissecting the roster on offense and deciding which players could be replaced this offseason. With March here, the Dallas Cowboys are close to entering the free agency portion of the NFL offseason. While the Cowboys haven’t been major players in free agency for quite some time, the front office will still look to navigate the market and find alternatives that come at a cheap price...
Via Blogging The Boys
16 days ago

Report: Cowboys OT Doug Free to retire

The Dallas Cowboys are losing another starter on the offensive line. ESPN’s Todd Archer reported Saturday that Doug Free, who has been the right tackle for the Cowboys since 2012, has informed the team he intends to retire. The news comes just days after starting left guard Ronald Leary signed a contract with the Denver Broncos in free agency. Chaz Green, a third-round pick in 2015...
Via The Sports Daily
March 11, 2017  |  Discuss

Report: Cowboys RT Doug Free informs team he is retiring

The Dallas Cowboys’ league-best offensive line took a hit on Saturday when starting right tackle Doug Free reportedly informed the team that he intends on retiring.“The Cowboys will have another hole to fill. Right tackle Doug Free has informed the team he intends to retire, according to sources,” Todd Archer of ESPN reported on Saturday.Free, 33, started 114 games during his 10...
Via Sportsnaut
March 11, 2017  |  Discuss

Report: Cowboys OT Doug Free considering retirement

Dallas Cowboys offensive tackle Doug Free has been a mainstay on the team’s offensive line over the past seven seasons, starting 107 of a possible 112 games during that span.Over the course of the past couple seasons, there’s been rumors that Dallas might be looking to cut ties with the veteran. This is primarily due to his contract and the fact that Free moved to right tackle in...
Via Sportsnaut
March 01, 2017  |  Discuss

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January 14, 2016  |  Discuss

La’el Collins getting thrown into the fire

Don’t look now but Dallas Cowboys rookie offensive lineman, La’el Collins is getting thrown in at right tackle during OTA’s. Does this move hold any bearing on incumbent starter Doug Free or his future with the team? One would have to figure, the Dallas Cowboys drafted La’el Collins to eventually start and that time may be coming sooner rather than lately. Marc Sessler of
Via EndZoneScore
May 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Source: Jerry Jones 'very involved' in La'el Collins pursuit

Now that La'el Collins has been cleared of any wrongdoing, all 32 NFL teams are in pursuit of the undrafted free agent. After all, based on talent alone, Collins should have been a first-round draft pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. The Dallas Cowboys are the first team to get a shot at convincing Collins to sign with them. Collins will visit the Cowboys before any other team.A source...
Via FOX Sports
May 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Could LSU OT, La’el Collins Land in Dallas?

The Cowboys have all their draft picks readying for their first organized activities with the Cowboys this weekend. Like every year we’ll get some initial reports on guys and undrafted guys that will turns heads. One prospect that would surely turn heads in Dallas would be La’el Collins, OT, LSU. Everyone has heard the draft day developments by now, and now the rush to sign the consensus...
Via CowboysBlog.Net
May 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Jacksonville Jaguars sign OT Jeremy Parnell

In the Cowboys’ off-season preview, I mentioned that they could re-sign Parnell instead of Doug Free if they saw Pernell as a younger, cheaper option at right tackle. So much for that. Free got 15 million over 3 years from the Cowboys with 6 million guaranteed. Pernell got almost as much in guarantees as Free got in total value as this deal guarantees him 13 million and is worth...
Via The Football Fan Spot
March 12, 2015  |  Discuss

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