The Dallas Cowboys have lost Randy Gregory to the Denver Broncos in free agency. Replacing him could be a two-man job.
The Dallas Cowboys think they’ve agreed terms with insider Randy Gregory to return to a five-year, $70 million contract. However, Gregory changed his heart and chose to get the same deal from the Denver Broncos due to contract language. As for how the Cowboys will replace Gregory, there could be a two-man plan.
ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler tweeted Sunday that the team had agreed terms with former Atlanta Falcons linebacker Dante Fowler Jr., and that the Cowboys are interested in Jason Pierre-Paul, formerly of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New York Giants.
Cowboy Rumors: Jason Pierre-Paul could join Dante Fowler as new additions
Last week, the Cowboys reached an agreement with Fowler for a one-year contract worth about $5 million. Fowler has been familiar with the Dallas defense under Dan Quinn since he signed with the Falcons in 2020 when Quinn was head coach.
Back in 2019, Fowler had a record 11.5 in 16 games against the Los Angeles Rams. However, Fowler only collected a total of 7.5 bags in 28 games against Atlanta. But with the presence of Micah Parsons and Demarcus Lawrence, Fowler can thrive in Dallas.
Dallas knows Pierre-Paul all too well, as he brought back some bad memories as a member of the Giants. Most notable was his blocked game-ending goal in a game during the 2011 season, the year New York won the Super Bowl for the fourth time. Even so, Pierre-Paul has been consistent over the years in dashing passersby.
During his career, Pierre-Paul has scored 603 tackles, 164 quarterbacks, 122 tackles conceded, 93.5 tackles, 21 clumsy catches and 10 rebounds. clumsy error.
The Cowboys already have Fowler on the roster, but it remains to be seen whether they will sign Pierre-Paul, who has had shoulder surgery this season.
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