The Cowboys have taken a decidedly low-key approach to free agency this offseason, and even when they bring guys in, it’s still that way.
Via Charean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Cowboys brought in offensive lineman Joe Looney and defensive end Jason Jones for visits today.
Looney would ostensibly replace backup center-guard Mackenzy Bernadeau, who left for Jacksonville.
Looney started six games last year for the Titans, after starting four games during his first three years with the 49ers.
Jones has been more productive, with 65 starts. He has the kind of flexibility to play inside and outside, which has kept him in demand. He had 9.5 sacks the last two years with the Lions.
The Cowboys signed Raiders restricted free agent Benson Mayowa, but still need to reload their line. They signed former Eagles starter Cedric Thornton with plans to play him inside, but have shown no indication of making a move on free agents Jeremy Mincey or Greg Hardy.
And with Randy Gregory suspended the first four games and DeMarcus Lawrence coming off back surgery, the Cowboys need numbers there.