The Cowboys added some depth and versatility at tight end, signing journeyman Dante Rosario Monday, the team announced. Rosario, originally drafted by Carolina in the fifth round in 2007, has played for four NFL teams during his career, starting 26 games and making 99 catches for 1,106 yards and eight touchdowns. Rosario will join a tight end group that includes Pro Bowler Jason Witten, rookie Gavin Escobar, second-year veteran James Hanna, and Andre Smith and Colin Cochart – two players who entered the NFL in 2011 but have made only five catches combined as professionals. To make room for him on the roster, the Cowboys waived rookie tight end Paul Freedman. He has 99 catches in seven seasons, the best a last-second, game-winning touchdown for the Panthers at San Diego in 2008.