The Dallas Cowboys have signed right tackle Doug Free to a three-year contract, Cowboys COO Stephen Jones confirmed to Mike Fisher of Cowboys HQ.
Todd Archer of ESPN first reported that the sides had reached a three-year deal worth $15 million. Archer reports that $6 million of the contract is guaranteed.
Free missed five games in 2014 with a foot injury, but from 2009-2013, played in all of Dallas' 16 regular season games.
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With Free off the market, the entire Cowboys' offensive line from the 2014 season - Free, Tyron Smith, Ronald Leary, Travis Frederick and Zack Martin - will remain intact.
Dallas drafted Free in the fourth round of the 2007 NFL draft.
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