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After Witten’s Restructure, Cowboys Beef Up O-Line With Fleming, Looney
FRISCO, Texas – After somewhat of a slow start to free agency, things have definitely picked up for the Cowboys, starting late last week and it has even spilled over into Monday.
The Cowboys have bolstered their offensive line by signing two players, including a starter from last year’s Super Bowl. Former Patriots tackle Cameron Fleming signed a one-year deal. He started six games for the Pats last year at right tackle, and could wind up there again with the Cowboys.
That move would likely mean La’el Collins would slide down to left guard, a spot he played in 2015 as a rookie.
However, the Cowboys added some depth inside of their line as well, re-signing Joe Looney to a two-year contract.
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