By Rainer Sabin / Reporter
12:31 pm on February 24, 2013 | Permalink
Jones, the Cowboys owner and general manager, didn’t offer a clear picture. He said, “We very likely through a combination of free agency or this draft get serious about another guard/center type.”
And he did say that moving right tackle to Doug Free to an interior position has been discussed, but only if the Cowboys decide that they have enough quality players who can be slotted at the bookend spots.
Yet Jones wouldn’t commit to making any sweeping changes in the offensive line. He even said that he could see Phil Costa be the center “for several years” if the Cowboys judge the players flanking him to be above average.
And he added that rookie guard Ron Leary has “got a shot” to have an increased role.
Jones is hopeful the unit will perform better next season, but he seems to recognize its limitations and it’s part of the reason why the Cowboys want to make another long-term commitment to quarterback Tony Romo, whose contract expires after the 2013 campaign.
“If you’re going to have a guy…that can handle a porous offensive line, it’s Tony,” Jones said.
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