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Cowboys waive G Kadeem Edwards and DT Brian Price to make room for new arrivals

Cowboys making moves on 53-man roster.

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Earlier today the Cowboys claimed two players off of the waiver wire. In order to add center Adam Redmond and defensive back Ibraheim Campbell they needed to create some room on the 53-man roster. They did that by releasing a couple of players this afternoon.

Guard Kadeem Edwards and defensive tackle Brian Price were let go. Edwards was a fifth-round pick of the Bucs way back in 2014. He bounced around until landing with the Cowboys practice squad in 2016. He was used extensively in preseason as a guard because of Zack Martin being out with his knee injury and Joe Looney having to step in for Travis Frederick.

Brian Price was acquired after being let go by Green Bay prior to the 2017 season and actually saw some time before going to IR with injury. Price was battling for a depth spot at defensive tackle but with the Cowboys improved defensive line situation, he’s been squeezed out.

We still don’t have word on practice squad players yet but we’ll let you know once that information is released.

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