• Sources: Cowboys, LB Durant agree to deal

    Summary of 17 articles · Updated Mar 27, 2013
    But when they do, Durant’s their guy. But that’s what happened Tuesday, with the news that linebacker Justin Durant will eventually sign a contract with the Cowboys, once the Cowboys clear enough cap space to absorb Durant’s deal. The philosophy with Durant is similar to the Cowboys did with Dan Connor last season. A minor hiccup to Durant joining the Cowboys is that the team is currently around $100,000 under the cap and will need to make a move or two to officially welcome him to the fold. A source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter that the team is also expected to restructure the contract of Doug Free; however, sources told ESPNDallas.com that the offensive tackle's deal won't be reworked. But while I wrote yesterday that these psuedo-agreements could be a sign that contract extensions for Tony Romo and/or Anthony Spencer are nigh, Calvin Watkins writes that the team is looking to cut or restructure the contract of another player on their roster and that they can add the players in question without the new deals for Romo and/or Spencer.
    • Cowboys get cap room, then sign 2 players

      With precious little salary-cap space at the start of the day, the Dallas Cowboys restructured the contract of quarterback Kyle Orton and released wide receiver Anthony Armstrong in order to sign linebacker Justin Durant and safety Will Allen.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Kyle Orton restructures, opening door for Justin Durant in Dallas

      The Cowboys have taken linebacker Justin Durant out of a holding pattern. The team announced Wednesday that they have restructured the contract of quarterback Kyle Orton, allowing them to officially sign Durant to a two-year deal. Durant is expected to …
    • Cowboys restructure backup QB Kyle Orton’s contract to free up enough salary cap space to officially sign free agent LB Justin

      Finally, the Cowboys have some salary cap space. Well, it was short-lived. The Cowboys have restructured the contract of backup quarterback Kyle Orton to free up enough space to officially sign free agent linebacker Justin Durant to a two-year deal, acc…
    • Cowboys rework Orton deal to sign Durant

      A day after agreeing to terms with Justin Durant, the Dallas Cowboys created salary-cap room by reworking the contract of quarterback Kyle Orton to officially sign the linebacker to a two-year deal.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Cowboys to sign Durant, Allen, sources say

      The Dallas Cowboys agreed to a two-year contract with former Detroit Lions linebacker Justin Durant that will be signed once the team creates more cap space, a team source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Cowboys apparently ready to do business today

      The Cowboys don’t have the cap room to finalize their deal with Justin Durant, but they’re apparently going to today. According to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Cowboys are going to sign Durant and another player today after they
    • Wait. The Cowboys signed someone?

      Really interesting report Tuesday afternoon on Twitter from Adam Schefter: Dallas and former Lions LB Justin Durant agreed to a 2-year contract that will be signed once Cowboys create more cap space, per team source I didn't even know you could do that,…
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Westbrook, Durant guide Thunder past Wizards

    Russell Westbrook scored 21 points, Kevin Durant added 20 and the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Washington Wizards 103-80 on Wednesday night.
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Cowboys To Sign Will Allen

    Earlier this week, former Steelers safety Will Allen visited with the Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys, who have little cap space, are to sign Will Allen, reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Allen started six games last season with the Steelers when safety Tro
    • Another conditional signing for Cowboys?

      Yes, I know we've been Dallas Cowboys-heavy here the past couple of days, but they're the team that's actually making news all of a sudden, so that's the way the cookie bounces or whatever. The latest is Adam Schefter reporting via Twitter that the Cowb…
      Source: ESPN.com

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