• Source: Cowboys intend to add ex-Eagle Bell

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Jul 19, 2013
    The Dallas Cowboys intend to fill one of their four roster openings once they get to California with veteran offensive tackle Demetress Bell, according to a source. Bell is entering his fifth season in the league. The Cowboys had been in contact with Bell's agent as they worked through Doug Free's pay cut earlier in the spring and finally came to an agreement. The Cowboys are scheduled to arrive in California at 7 p.m. Central time. Club officials say two players who worked out earlier this week _ quarterback Alex Tanney and wide receiver Lavasier Tuinei _ will also accompany the team to Oxnard and be signed pending their physicals.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Cowboys set to add OT Demetress Bell to mix

      A Cowboys team that has focused on improving the interior of the offensive line this off-season will add a tackle to its training camp roster. Demetress Bell, who played for Philadelphia last season, will be on the team flight to Oxnard later today. If …
    • Cowboys reportedly intend to sign Demetress Bell

      The Cowboys thought about moving on from right tackle Doug Free at points this offseason and spoke to various veteran free agent options, but they ultimately wound up cutting Free’s pay in half instead. That doesn’t mean they will stand pat at tackle, h…

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