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Cowboys Officially Designate G La’el Collins As Player To Return From I.R.

The Dallas Cowboys officially designate G La’el Collins as their player to return from injured reserve on Thursday and placed DE Randy Gregory on the reserve/suspended list.

This doesn’t come as a big surprise, considering that reports and the team have said Collins is likely to return to the team this week.

Collins, 23, wound up going undrafted out of LSU, but ultimately signed a three-year, $1.599 million contract that is fully guaranteed and included a $21,000 signing bonus. He stands to make bases salaries of $526,750 and $616,750 over the next two years before testing the open market as a restricted free agent.

The Cowboys placed Collins on injured reserve after he underwent toe surgery to repair a ligament tear in his right big toe.

In 2016, Collins has appeared in three games for the Cowboys and was rated by Pro Football Focus as the No. 71 guard out of 74 qualifying players.

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