• Source: Dallas Cowboys bringing in free agent DE George Selvie

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Jul 24, 2013
    The Dallas Cowboys, in need of defensive line depth because of several injuries in training camp, are bringing in veteran free agent defensive end George Selvie, according to a source. The Cowboys will take a look at Selvie to see if they want to sign him. They also plan to sign veteran free agent defensive end George Selvie, pending he passes his physical. Follow Brandon George on Twitter at @dmn_george. The Dallas Cowboys plan to sign free agent defensive end George Selvie, pending a physical, to help their depleted defensive line that’s been hit hard by injuries early in training camp. Selvie, 26, recorded 15 tackles and one sack in nine regular-season games with the Jaguars in 2012. Also, per Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News, the Cowboys have designs on signing defensive tackle Landon Cohen, too, provided he passes a physical. The Cowboys’ defensive line depth chart could have a couple new names.
    • Reports: Cowboys poised to add George Selvie, Landon Cohen

      The Cowboys’ defensive line depth chart could have a couple new names. The club appears ready to add defensive end George Selvie, Aaron Wilson of NationalFootballPost.com reported Wednesday. Also, per Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News, the Cowbo…
    • Dallas Cowboys plan to sign veteran free agent DL Landon Cohen

      OXNARD, Calif. — The Dallas Cowboys also plan to sign veteran free agent defensive lineman Landon Cohen for this afternoon’s padded practice, pending he passes a physical. They also plan to sign veteran free agent defensive end George Selvie, pending he…

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