UFA signings

Here is a list of players that the Cowboys have signed following the draft according to

"The Dallas Cowboys have come to terms with undrafted free agent defensive tackle Ola Dagunduro (6-2, 300), has learned.

BIO: Junior college transfer who broke into the starting lineup last season and totaled 31/9/3.5.

POS: Explosive one-gap tackle who is built low to the ground. Explodes through the small gaps of the line, gets leverage on opponents and fights to make plays. Quickly penetrates up the field and nicely redirects to ball carriers.

NEGATIVE: Can be easily knocked off balance or controlled by a single blocker. Driven off the line by opponents. Marginal pass rusher.

FINAL ANALYSIS: Displaying a lot of improvement as a senior, Dagunduro has potential as a rotational player on the front four.

The Dallas Cowboys have signed undrafted free agent wide receiver Mike Jefferson (Montana State), has learned.

SCOUT.COM DRAFT RANKING: No. 82 (Wide receiver)

BIO: Former Arizona transfer who posted career numbers of 66/1,023/9 last season, when he was awarded All-Conference honors.

POSITIVE: Nice-sized, fluid receiver who makes the big reception. Displays good eye/hand coordination and will extend in a crowd for the difficult reception. Nicely adjusts to the errant throw, plays with outstanding balance and body control. Comes back to the ball out of breaks and makes the tough catch in contorted positions.

NEGATIVE: Lacks the second gear and possesses only average playing speed. Must significantly pick up the blocking intensity.

FINAL ANALYSIS: After showing flashes of potential early in college, Jefferson took his game to another level last season. Must brush up the fine points of the position, yet has enough ability to get him some serious looks in camp. has learned the Dallas Cowboys have come to terms with Florida offensive lineman Steve Rissler.


BIO: Two-year starter awarded All-Conference honors as a senior. Has seen action with the first team at every offensive line position except left tackle.

POSITIVE: Hard-working, overachieving blocker who works best in a small area. Quickly gets into blocks, effectively uses his hands and stays square. Gets leverage on opponents, keeps his head on a swivel and effectively quarterbacks the offensive line.

NEGATIVE: Struggles in space, does not play with a lot of balance and falls off blocks. Not dominant in the middle.

FINAL ANALYSIS: A marginal athlete, Rissler gets the most he can out of his game yet has limited upside potential. The ability to play any of the three interior blocking positions will get him consideration as an inexpensive utility lineman."

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