I guess you can classify this story as the Cowboys being thorough, as in turning over every rock.
Cowboys head coach Bill Parcells and Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones confirmed the team is trying to set up a workout with Meadows here in Oxnard in the upcoming future. However, things are a bit different this time around.
Two years ago, the Cowboys brought in Meadows as an unrestricted free agent with hopes of signing him to bolster their right tackle position.
While Meadows eventually signed with the Panthers, he didn't stay there long. The veteran tackle retired from the NFL before the regular season began, citing nagging injuries.
While Meadows may have had a change of heart, Parcells appears more skeptical this time around.
"I got the feeling then that he didn't want to play anymore," Parcells said here Friday afternoon. "And I was right. Now, I need to see what has changed."
A couple of items from Matt Mosley's blog:
Parcells said Stephen Peterman, the team's third round pick in 2004, will play right guard during camp. Peterman spent his first two seasons playing left guard. This is a big camp for Peterman, who appears to be fighting for a backup spot with Cory Procter.