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“Very Possible” Cowboys Could Trade G Ronald Leary This Weekend


The Cowboys have, in fact, fielded trade offers for G Ronald Leary who just signed his restricted tender on Thursday.

As of now, there’s no deal, but it’s “very possible” that something could be completed in the coming days, according to Brandon George.


ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Cowboys G Ronald Leary has signed his one-year restricted tender on Thursday in the hope of facilitating a trade.

  • Todd Archer just reported that Leary had signed his one-year tender.

Leary could actually be an intriguing player for teams in need of interior offensive line help. As of now, he’s a reserve lineman behind Zack Martin and La’el Collins.

The Cowboys used a second-round tender on Leary that will run them or another team $2.553 million for the 2016 season.

Leary, 26, wound up signing on with the Cowboys as an undrafted free agent out of back in 2012. He spent part of the 2012 season on their practice squad, but has since made the 53-man roster each season.

According to OverTheCap.com, trading Leary would free up $2,553,000 in available cap space while creating no dead money.

In 2015, Leary was limited to appearing in four games and played a total of 221 snaps for the Cowboys, according to Pro Football Focus.

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