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Cowboys target offensive line

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JJT over at the DMN sets the stage for the Cowboys' free agency period; it's no surprise that he says Dallas is going after offenisve linemen first.


At center, they could add a veteran such as Kevin Mawae, one of Parcells' best free-agent signings when he was with the New York Jets. Mawae's agent, Mark Bartelstein, has spoken with the Cowboys.

At guard, the Cowboys have been intrigued by Detroit's Kyle Kosier and New England's Steve Neal. If Dallas signed either, it could mean a parting of the ways with Allen, who is scheduled to count more than $7 million against the club's $102 million salary cap this season.

Free agent Dan Campbell inflamed the rumor mill by speaking out about T.O. coming to Dallas.

Campbell caused a mini-ruckus when he said on radio and television that he believed the Cowboys would land wide receiver Terrell Owens. Campbell said Friday he has no inside information, and Owens' agent, Drew Rosenhaus, declined comment. The Eagles have yet to release Owens, but that is expected to happen in the next week or so.

"I don't know anything," Campbell said. "It's funny how it stirs everything up, but I have no idea. I'm just guessing."