Updated at 11:20 a.m. ET, Thursday, July 28
The Cowboys re-sign another O-lineman, agreeing to a three-year deal with OLG Kyle Kosier. According to ESPN Dallas, the deal is worth $9 million.
The Cowboys already agreed to re-sign OLT Doug Free on Tuesday night. Kosier had just completed a five-year, $15 million deal.
Kosier started 13 games last season. He has started 104 games in his career.
The way we see it
The Cowboys needed stability on their offensive line after releasing ORG Leonard Davis, and the lockout made re-signing Kosier more of a priority. Now with Free and Kosier back, the questions are on the right side of the line. We don't know who the right guard will be, and rookie ORT Tyron Smith will have a quick learning curve trying to get ready for Week One as one of the youngest players in the NFL.