L. Davis Signing Is Cowboys' Latest Free Agent Bid to Solidify Offensive Line

For the Dallas Cowboys, the attempt to solidify their offensive line is a project now in its third offseason. Two years ago, right guard Marco Rivera was added. Last offseason, it was left guard Kyle Kosier and right tackle Jason Fabini, who was a bust and lost the job to reclamation project Marc Colombo.

Now it's Leonard Davis.

The Cowboys beat out the Washington Redskins today and reached a contract agreement with Davis, an unrestricted free agent from the Arizona Cardinals. The seven-year deal is worth about $50 million, including approximately $18 million in bonuses.

Davis will play either right tackle or right guard for the Cowboys. Colombo is an unrestricted free agent and Rivera has been plagued by back problems. The Cowboys re-signed center Andre Gurode before free agency and would like to retain Colombo as well.

By Mark Maske |  March 4, 2007; 12:48 PM ET  | Category:  Cowboys
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