In a move that will engender far less controversy than the last tight end waiver claim, the Cowboys added John Nalbone, who was waived by Seattle.
They released undrafted rookie George Bryan to make room for him.
Frankly, this is the kind of news you’re used to in late June, before the bounty hearings blew up on us this week.
Nalbone was a fifth-round pick by the Dolphins in 2009, but has spent time with six different teams.
And as Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com indispensably notes, he gives the Cowboys a pair of players from that noted football factory Monmouth, along with wide receiver Miles Austin.