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Cowboys 2015 Free Agents: Dallas Brings Back Two Free Agent Offensive Linemen

The Cowboys inked deals with a couple of their own players.

Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

The Cowboys continue making moves with their restricted/exclusive rights free agents and their lower-tier free agents. Today they got a deal done with Ronald Leary, their starting left guard who is part of the team's strength, the offensive line. Leary was an exclusive-rights free agent so there was never any doubt he would be back in Dallas if the team wanted him. Given his solid production and his very low contract price, there was no reason to believe that he would not continue to play with the Cowboys. His deal is for one year and is worth $585,000.

Dallas wasn't done on the offensive line, they also re-signed exclusive rights free agent tackle Darrion Weems. He missed the entire season after having shoulder surgery. His deal was also one year for $585,000.

Todd Archer reports that the team also re-worked the deal of linebacker Dekoda Watson. He was slated to make $1.25 million but took a pay-cut down to $745,000.

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