It appears that Ronald Leary will remain with the Cowboys, at least for the moment.
According to ESPN'S Todd Archer, he Dallas Cowboys' former starting left guard signed his second-round contract tender which comes with a salary of $2.553 million.The Cowboys originally placed the tender on Leary in early March.
The restricted free agent was allowed to sign an offer sheet with another club during free agency with the Cowboys having the right to match. Had Leary signed with another team and the Cowboys didn't match, the team would have received an extra second-round draft pick as compensation in this year's draft.
Leary was a starter for the Cowboys in 2013 and 2014, but made just four starts and moved into a backup role after being outplayed by rookie La'El Collins.
Leary is now slated as the top reserve on the Dallas line, but could still be traded should a team decide he could fill a hole on their starting line.
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