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Callahan Looks At Memphis' Ronald Leary

Cowboys' offensive line coach Bill Callahan reportedly went to Tennessee for a look at Memphis OL Ronald Leary this week

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Callahan Looks At Memphis' Ronald Leary

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Since the Dallas Cowboys pulled in a sizable haul of free agents a couple weeks ago, totaling seven--which seemed to address their needs in the secondary and the interior offensive line--the general thought is that the team might target another area in the draft.

But that might not be the case.

Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News reports today that Dallas’s new offensive line coach Bill Callahan went to Memphis this week to have a look at OG/OT Ronald Leary. At 6-foot-3, 315 pounds, Leary would bring some stoutness to the line in Dallas, which seems to be what the team wants, at least along the interior.

Leary played most of his college career at left tackle, but moved to right guard for the last six games of his senior season.

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