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NFL insider – Dallas Cowboys re-sign Linebacker as free agent

NFL Insider asserts Dallas Cowboys start negotiations to sign a previous fan favorite again as a free agency.


On Monday, veteran linebacker Eric Kendricks reached an agreement to sign a contract with the 49ers. However, he had second thoughts a few days later and decided to sign with the Cowboys in order to rejoin old coach Mike Zimmer. Furthermore, Kendricks stated that he anticipates playing middle linebacker with the Cowboys.


On the day of the NFL Draft, Jerry Jones could be plotting a move that could see the return of a former household name.


Free agency has been a blur and Dallas Cowboys fans have probably felt like it has not even existed with their lack of movement.


America’s Team has only signed two outside free agents to the roster, whilst many familiar faces have walked.


Linebacker Erik Kendricks and running back Royce Freeman signed deals with a depleted Cowboys roster.


Dallas Cowboys set to bolster their roster with rookie starters

Today signals the day that the Cowboys will look to save their offseason.

All roads have led to the NFL Draft as the Jones’ have claimed this is the main way to build their roster.


Since major players’ alluring contracts are expected to take up a lot of cap space, cheaper rookies are the tool used to balance the books.



Last month, Dallas Cowboys reporter Michael Gehlken wrote on X that it was worthwhile to keep an eye on Ezekiel Elliott’s potential comeback.


Elliot may now be in the process of negotiating a contract with the Cowboys front office that would bring him back home.


Ezekiel Elliott could be coming back home after spending a season away.
Breaking news that the Cowboys have initiated contact with their former superstar and his agency was revealed by NFL Insider Ian Rapoport.


Furthermore, the article emphasized that both parties were in negotiations and that no agreement had been reached.


If the three-time Pro Bowler was to return to Dallas, he would join a rushing core withered down to its bare bones.



Furthermore, both Elliott and Freeman are predominantly short-yardage and goal-to-go rushers.


Elliott still has life in his legs and would serve as a mentor to a rookie


The NFL rushing leader in 2016 took on more responsibility at the tail end of the 2023 season with the New England Patriots.



In week 14, after starter Rhamondre Stevenson was injured, the 28-year-old rushed for 140 scrimmage yards and received a touchdown.



There are still legs in the tank for the former Cowboy as he showed in 2023.

If he were to join, he would relegate Freeman to third-string and would be paired alongside the rookie the franchise is expected to draft.



The Cowboys are ‘zeroed in on’ Texas rusher Johnathon Brooks and Elliott could serve as an excellent mentor.




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