Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas reports that the Cowboys will bring in free agent S Michael Huff for a workout on Tuesday.
- Ed Werder expects the Cowboys to at least consider the idea of adding recently released S Ed Reed.
Dallas was one of the teams to show interest in Huff following his release from the Oakland Raiders. The Cowboys have a major need at the safety position now that J.J. Wilcox is dealing with a sprained knee, which forced them to turn to rookie Jeff Heath who Saints exploited consistently on Sunday.
Huff, 30, signed a three-year contract worth $6 million, which also included a $1.5 million signing bonus with Baltimore during the offseason. Huff contributed just four tackles before being benched. In fact, Huff did not play a single snap for weeks before he was ultimately released along with DE Marcus Spears.
The Oakland Raiders drafted him with the No. 7 overall pick back in 2006, but he has never came close to living up to his draft status.