Cowboys Schedule Visits With 5 Free Agents

Josh Clark
March 19, 2018 - 11:44 am
New England Patriots offensive tackle Cameron Fleming

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DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - The Dallas Cowboys could finally make a splash in free agency this week as they have set up meetings with five players.

According to Mike Fisher of 105.3 The Fan, Dallas will meet with wide receivers Justin Hunter and Dontrelle Inman as well as offensive lineman Cameron Fleming, Marcus Martin and LaAdrian Waddle.

Fish reports that the Cowboys main priority is to upgrade those two positions, however, they also have an interest in pursuing veteran middle linebacker NaVorro Bowman. Fish does warn that it's likely Bowman ends up somewhere else while Dallas deals with those free agents and other in-house matters. 

In regards to the players that we know Dallas will actually meet with at The Star this week, Fish believes the Cowboys have room to sign two of them. 

Hunter, a six-year veteran, has bounced around four different teams since being taken in the second-round by the Tennessee Titans in 2013. He spent the 2017 season with the Pittsburgh Steelers and had four catches for 23 yards and a touchdown.

Inman, a five-year veteran, had a few productive games as the Chicago Bears number one option last season. In week 17 against the Minnesota Vikings, he caught five balls for 94 yards.

Martin, a guard/center, is a former third-round pick who has been a part-time starter with the Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers. The 24-year-old was claimed off waivers by the Cleveland Browns in March of 2017 but didn't appear in any games. 

Fleming, a tackle, spent the first four years of his career in New England after being drafted in the fourth round out of Stanford. Fleming started at right tackle for New England in the Super Bowl.

And finally, we have Waddle, another New England Patriot tackle. The six-year veteran started in four games in 2017.

It's Fish's belief that the signing of one of these offensive linemen will lead to the Cowboys moving La'el Collins back to guard.