Cowboys bringing cornerback Leon Hall in for a visit


The Cowboys are moving down their list at cornerback, after missing out on Nolan Carroll.

According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Bengals cornerback Leon Hall is visiting the Cowboys.

Hall has also visited the Cardinals already in free agency.

The former first-rounder moved into a reserve role with Cincinnati last year, but played well, and clearly would be able to help teams.

Dallas needs bolster its secondary, even after bringing back Morris Claiborne. Releasing Brandon Carr has seemed inevitable for some time, but it hasn’t happened yet, and landing someone such as Hall might be the thing that could trigger that move.

8 responses to “Cowboys bringing cornerback Leon Hall in for a visit

  1. Its clear the cowboys arent going to sign a big name in free agency. They should wait till june 1st to release carr and save more money on the cap.

  2. @ jolly1234 says:

    “The cowboys free agency moves – mediocrity incarnate…”

    So sorry to disappoint you and the rest of the haters, but this is the M.O. for Dallas. Zinc cream helps with butt-hurt – give it a try. Dallas has spent very little thus far in FA, but have retained their own players for depth, as well as signed a solid player in Cedric Thornton to add to the D-line.

    It has been the plan the past few years to spend very little in FA. The Giants have over $ 200 million in new contracts, and we will all see how it works out for them. The odds are absolutely not in their favor.

    So, I will take a quiet FA period for the Cowboys, and watch as they hang onto caps space, and then add solid rookies and build their team via the draft.

  3. The dude is good, but he has had his health problems, and he’s getting older. I’d like to see him back in Cincy at a reasonable rate. Dallas or whoever, he’s completely worth having on your team, the only sticking point is getting him at the right cost.

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