Eric Frampton comes alive in Dallas

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The Cowboys added some depth and special teams experience Wednesday, but they’re probably no closer to knowing who their starting safeties are as a result of the move.

According to Charean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Cowboys brought back Eric Frampton. To make room for him on the roster, they waived/injured defensive tackle Robert Callaway.

Frampton started two games late in the year for the Cowboys, the only two starts in his six NFL seasons. He’s also played for the Vikings and Lions.

The Cowboys have a hash of players fighting for starting jobs. Barry Church, coming back from last year’s Achilles tear, seems to have the lead for one spot. Free agent pickup Will Allen and 2012 fourth-rounder Matt Johnson have split reps at the other spot, and they also used a third-rounder this year on safety J.J. Wilcox.