Long snapper L.P. Ladouceur will likely play out his career with the Dallas Cowboys after agreeing to a five-year deal on Thursday. Ladouceur's agent, Gil Scott, alerted the Dallas Morning News of the development, meaning that the veteran will avoid becoming a restricted free agent.
“He wanted to be a Cowboy his whole career for sure,” Scott said, per the Morning News. “He’s very happy to be there. We’re happy to get it done now. All things being equal, he’s very satisfied to continue there for another five years and hopefully retire a Cowboy one day.”
Ladouceur has been with Dallas for his entire career, dating back to 2005, and has become one of the better long snappers in the business over this span.
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