The Cowboys have managed to keep one of their most versatile linebackers in Dallas.
The Cowboys have announced that the team has re-signed linebacker Kyle Wilber. According to Wilber's agent, the deal is a two-year contract.
Wilber appeared in all 16 games and made six starts for the Cowboys in 2015. He has played both the linebacker and defensive end positions since being drafted No. 113 overall in the fourth round of the 2012 NFL Draft.
Wilber tied for the team lead in special teams tackles in 2015 and recovered a blocked punt for a touchdown in Week Two. In all, Wilber has played in 58 games and collected 100 tackles. Wilber has also tallied 3.5 sacks.
He will continue to provide versatility and depth at the linebacker position for some time to come.