The Dallas Cowboys may address the offensive line early in this year's draft.
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The Cowboys need to find one, and preferably two quality offensive linemen this spring to bolster their talented, but mistake-prone starting line.
The Dallas Cowboys won easily last week, but how much of an impact did their offensive line have? Blogging The Boys takes a deeper look.
Cowboys sign 2 O-Linemen:
Sure seemed obvious at the Cowboys recent rookie mini-camp there was a significant need for more offensive linemen when offensive line coach Hudson Houck only had one guy to work with.
So the Cowboys addressed that issue on Wednesday by signing two more big bodies, bringing the total of offensive linemen on the squad to 13. The Cowboys signed three-year veteran tackle Cory Lekkerkerker and first-year guard Adam Stenavich.
Lekkerkerker spent his first two seasons with the San Diego Chargers and the 2007 season with the Miami Dolphins. He originally signed with the Chargers as a rookie free agent following the 2005 NFL Draft, spending the first eight weeks of the season on the practice squad and the second half on the 53-man roster without ever playing. He then played in 15 games with the Chargers in 2006 season and then 11 games with Miami this past season, starting two.
Stenavich spent the 2006 season on the Green Bay Packers' practice squad. He was allocated to NFL Europe in the spring of 2007 and played with the Amsterdam Admirals. Stenavich was released prior to the start of the 2007 season and spent the season out of football. He originally signed with the Carolina Panthers following the 2006 NFL Draft as a rookie free agent, was released by the Panthers after training camp and immediately signed with the Packers.