The Cowboys have lost some veteran depth on their offensive line.
Charles Brown, who served as the Cowboys’ third tackle last season, had decided to retire.
The 29-year-old Brown was the a second-round pick of the Saints in 2010 out of USC. He spent four seasons in New Orleans and then had short stays with the Giants and Jets before signing with the Cowboys last season.
Brown, who played just 21 offensive snaps and 51 special teams snaps last season, was no lock to make the Cowboys’ roster, which may have played a role in his decision to retire.
The Cowboys also waived rookie tackle David Hedelin and signed offensive tackles Cameron Bradfield and Darryl Baldwin.