The Cowboys don’t have the cap room to finalize their deal with Justin Durant, but they’re apparently going to today.
According to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Cowboys are going to sign Durant and another player today after they cut a player and restructure the contract of another.
They’re sitting at just over $100,000 worth of room now, which prevents them from executing an apparently agreed-to deal with Durant.
The Cowboys have also visited with guard Brandon Moore, meaning he could be the mystery player coming in.
Restructuring the deal of guard Nate Livings or backup quarterback Kyle Orton could create some room, and fullback Lawrence Vickers might be a possibility for a cut, as they could clear $1.2 million worth of room and only have to eat $100,000 of dead money.