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With linebacker Rolando McClain suspended, the Dallas Cowboys are looking to possibly resign former Cowboy Justin Durant.

By SI Wire
July 11, 2016

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The Dallas Cowboys are considering signing free-agent linebacker Justin Durant, reports NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo.

Durant previously played for the Cowboys during the 2013 and ’14 seasons. 

The Cowboys are in need of a linebacker after Rolando McClain was suspended 10 games for substance abuse.

Durant, 30, has spent nine seasons in the NFL. The linebacker was the second-round draft pick for the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2007. He spent four seasons in Jacksonville before playing for the Detroit Lions, Cowboys and Atlanta Falcons, respectively. 

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In Durant’s previous two seasons with the Cowboys, he started a total of 12 games and completed a combined 73 tackles in his 16 appearances.

With the Falcons this past season, Durant had a combined 82 tackles in 13 games.

The Cowboys begin training camp on July 29.

– Eve Wulf

 

 

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