The Dallas Cowboys certainly want options in their backfield in 2015, and that doesn't mean just at the running back position. Earlier this week the Cowboys agreed to terms with fullback Jed Collins, and today they agreed to terms with fullback Ray Agnew on a two-year deal.
Cowboys have agreed to a two-year deal with FB Ray Agnew, according to a league source. He worked out for team earlier this week.— Rainer Sabin (@RainerSabinDMN) March 13, 2015
Agnew, and undrafted rookie out of Southern Illinois, started nine games for the Browns, even though he was cut twice by the team. That's a lot of activity for a rookie fullback. He didn't fare very well in PFF grades, posting a -7.3 on the season. Agnew's father, also Ray Agnew, played 11 seasons in the NFL as a defensive lineman. At this point, the Cowboys seem to want options in the backfield.