In an effort to shore up a banged-up secondary, the Dallas Cowboys claimed veteran cornerback Michael Coe off waivers from Miami on Tuesday and waived rookie corner Vince Agnew.
A fifth-round pick out of Alabama State back in 2007, Coe spent two seasons with the Dolphins before departing for Jacksonville. After his stint with the Jags, it was off to the New York Giants, where he won a Super Bowl in 2011.
Coe spent the first seven games of the 2012 season with New York before being released and returning to Miami where he appeared in one game before being waived--which brings us back to the Cowboys.
In all, Coe has appeared in 35 games for his career, with 19 tackles, four passes defended and a pair of fumble recoveries.
Cowboys’ cornerback Morris Claiborne was dinged up in the win over the Bengals, and two weeks ago, the team lost slot corner Orlando Scandrick for the season with a fractured hand.
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