Report: Cowboys in contact with Bobby Wagner

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Bobby Wagner played for Dan Quinn when Quinn was the defensive coordinator of the Seahawks and the two men could be reunited in Dallas this season.

Ed Werder of ESPN reports that the Cowboys have contacted the linebacker since he was released earlier this week. Quinn is currently the Cowboys’ defensive coordinator.

Per the report, the two sides will remain in contact over the weekend as they see if things can work out on the financial side.

Cowboys linebackers Leighton Vander Esch and Keanu Neal are set to become free agents next week, so Wagner may not be the only free agent linebacker from outside the organization that the Cowboys are in contact with in the coming days.

8 responses to “Report: Cowboys in contact with Bobby Wagner

  1. Don’t do it Bobby, what can go wrong, will go wrong in Dallas..might as well come to the commanders!

  2. Don’t think Wagner is the missing link to make this a Superbowl contending team, the issue is Dak’s (and Zeke’s) contract and not being to afford the talent they have now.

  3. Dallas is the last place a good FA would want to go. Jerrah and his band of boobs are a joke. Wagner can do much better

  4. It would probably serve Wagner, and his success as a great player, best if he doesn’t go to the most mediocre team in the NFL.

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