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Cowboys sign two, cut three in roster shuffle

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The Cowboys got a big return on a modest investment when they signed wide receiver Miles Austin as an undrafted free agent out of Monmouth in 2006.

Austin would catch 301 passes and 34 touchdowns over eight seasons in Dallas and the team is now hoping another player from the same school can make it in the NFL. The Cowboys announced a series of roster moves, including the signing of former Monmouth defensive end Darnell Leslie.

Leslie finished his time in school with the seventh-most sacks in Monmouth history and he’s joined on the Cowboys roster by tight end M.J. McFarland, who spent time with the Jets and Eagles last year.

The Cowboys waived linebacker Jeremiah George, tackle Levon Myers and center Michael Coe in corresponding moves that leave them with 88 of the 90 spots on their roster accounted for.

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4 Responses to “Cowboys sign two, cut three in roster shuffle”
  1. redlikethepig says: May 17, 2017 9:58 AM

    Still searching for that war daddy to return Dallas to a glory hole.

  2. cowboysteve56 says: May 17, 2017 4:44 PM

    We just have one team in the NFL….THE DALLAS COWBOYS!!!!

  3. cowboysdude says: May 17, 2017 10:08 PM

    They could have all 32 picks in the 1st round and it won’t matter until they address the red headed love puppet.

    He’s not a HC…. he will continue to fail.

  4. concussion182 says: May 18, 2017 8:03 PM

    Bad luck year on the horizon for Dallas.
    Count on it. Ha ha ha.

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