Leonard Davis is in Dallas after flying in from Washington D.C. Sunday morning and is close to finalizing a seven-year deal.
Davis visited the Cowboys on Friday before meeting with the Redskins on Saturday. With guys like Eric Steinbach and Derrick Dockery getting $17 and $18 million guaranteed, look for Davis to be in that neighborhood.
The DMN says the contract is for 7 years and $50 million, with $18 million guaranteed.
Early Sunday, Davis agreed to a seven-year deal with the Cowboys worth nearly $50 million and includes a little more than $18 million guaranteed, according to a source.
Davis’ total money and guaranteed money falls in line with what Cleveland gave Eric Steinbach (seven years, $49.5 million, $17 million guaranteed) and Buffalo gave Derrick Dockery (seven years, $49 million, $18 million guaranteed) so far in free agency.
The source said the team also expects to re-sign kicker Martin Gramatica, possibly as early as Monday.