Moving into week two with a banged up secondary, the Dallas Cowboys are looking at their options at cornerback, both at Valley Ranch and beyond.
According to David Moore of the Dallas Morning News, the Cowboys will bring in veteran corner Frank Walker for a workout on Tuesday.
Walker was released by the Tennessee Titans at the end of the preseason this year, and has spent time with four teams in the NFL, primarily as a backup. He was drafted by the Giants in the sixth round of the 2003 draft out of Tuskegee University. After four seasons with New York, Walker spent a season with the Packers, before going to Baltimore, where he spent the 2008 and ’09 seasons.
Walker spent last season with Minnesota.
After it was announced that Orlando Scandrick would miss 3-4 weeks with an ankle injury, owner/general manager Jerry Jones said that the team would consider promoting a corner from the practice squad, and this still might happen. The most likely candidate for such a promotion seems to be Mario Butler, an undrafted free agent out of Georgia Tech.
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