Wide receiver Jesse Holley, who landed a spot on the Cowboys' practice squad after winning Michael Irvin's reality show 4th and Long, apparently did enough in his time with the team this season to hang around a while.
Holley was signed on Friday to a future contract, virtually guaranteeing that he'll be making a return appearance at Cowboys training camp late this summer, according to ESPNDallas.com.
Holley was just one of four players to come to terms with the team on Friday, with Manuel Johnson--a seventh round pick a year ago out of Oklahoma--and defensive end Marcus Dixon--an undrafted free agent out of Hampton, who signed with the team last off-season--and former CFL star Titus Ryan being the others.
Each will likely spend the off-season on the Cowboys' 80-man roster.
Holley and Johnson have both made an impression on owner and general manager Jerry Jones, who said recently that the team was set at the wide receiver position, and pointed to the aforementioned two as a couple reasons why. With the three signings Friday, the reserve/ future list now stands at eight.