The Dallas Cowboys have signed free agent safety Abram Elam to a one year deal worth $2.5 million.
The Cowboys have not yet announced the deal.
The move isn't a terribly shocking one. Rumors had been around for several days that Elam, who spend the past two years playing for the Browns under Rob Ryan, the current Cowboys defensive coordinator, was headed back to Dallas.
While in Cleveland, Elam started 31 of 32 games, averaged 1.5 interceptions a year and around 70 tackles. When he was with Dallas in 2006, Elam never started.
On Thursday, the team also re-signed safety Gerald Sensabaugh and defensive end Jason Hatcher.