It appears that the Dallas Cowboys are continuously looking to improve on the NFL's best offensive line, and have signed a versatile player in hopes of doing just that.
The Cowboys have signed former Titans offensive lineman Joe Looney the team announced Tuesday.
Team writer David Helman said this:
The terms of the deal are currently unknown, but Looney has signed on to a two-year deal to give the Cowboys a veteran presence on the interior offensive line. The signing offsets the loss of Mackenzy Bernadeau, who signed a free agent contract with Jacksonville after playing a similar role in Dallas for the past few seasons.
Looney is a former fourth-round pick out of Wake Forest in 2012. After three seasons with the 49ers, Looney was released before the start of the 2015 season. A month later the Tennessee Titans picked up Looney, who played in eight games for the team, making six starts.
The 6-foot-3, 315-pound offensive guard is versatile, and can also play center for the Cowboys behind incumbent starters Zack Martin and La'el Collins who are arguably the best guard duo in the NFL.
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