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Recapping Final Cuts For Dallas Cowboys

Recapping Final Cuts For Dallas Cowboys

There’s less than a week until the Dallas Cowboys season starts and this weekend was action packed with trades and cuts made by the team. Here’s a low down on who’s staying, who’s going, and who’s new.

Who’s Going:

Cedric Thorton (DT)– Surprising news broke Sunday when Cowboys released the veteran defensive tackle. He was signed last year in March to a four year, $18 million dollar contract. He played for the Cowboys one year and was back-up to Terrell McClain. This year, he was sidelined during training camp with a hamstring injury. He will get a guaranteed $3 million for this 2017 year.

Mark Nzeocha (LB)– The 3rd year linebacker was also released on Sunday. His release was was made in order to open a spot for Jayrone Elliot.

Who’s New:

Brandon Brown-Dukes (RB) : The running back was waived by the Pittsburg Steelers and was signed on Tuesday August 29th. He was supposed to get some carries during the game that was scheduled for last Thursday. We have yet to see what he can do.

Brian Price (DT) – The  Cowboys picked up the 1st year defensive tackle after room was made with Thorton’s release. He was an undrafted free agent in 2016 and picked up by the Greenbay Packers where he was on the practice squad. At 6’3, 300lbs, there’s hope that the UT San Antonio alum will have what it takes to help the defense.

Jayrone Elliot (LB)– On Sunday, the Cowboys traded a 7th round conditional draft pick in next year’s 2018 draft in order to get Elliot. He played three seasons with the Packers and was primarily on special teams. During his three seasons he had 57 total tackles, 4.0 sacks, two pass defends, one forced fumble, and one interception.

Bene’ Benwikere (CB)– On Saturday, the Cowboys traded a conditional 2019 sixth round draft pick to the Cincinnati Bengals for the veteran cornerback. In his first three seasons with the Carolina Panthers, he recorded 102 total tackles, 20 pass defends, one sack and two interceptions. His addition will hopefully bring more depth to the backfield.


Staff writer covering the Dallas Cowboys | I grew up in Dallas and played HS and club soccer. I'm an avid sports fan and can remember going to Super Bowl parties with my parents in the 90s. That's when my love for the Cowboys began. I also happen to share a birthday with Mr. Aikman himself! I have my Master's in Nurse Anesthesia and work locally in the DFW area. I'm passionate about music, art, sports, traveling and my french bulldog, Zoey. I still play soccer and like to stay active.

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