The Dallas Cowboys might have some interior line help on the way, in the form of guard Nate Livings, formerly of the Cincinnati Bengals.
According to multiple sources in contact with ESPN Dallas, the free agent Livings is scheduled to visit Dallas in the near future.
Livings has started 43 games in his NFL career, and has started all 16 games with the Bengals in each of the past two seasons. At 6-foot-five and 332 pounds, the Louisiana State product certainly has the size Dallas seems to want on the inside of the line--and he might just bring some stability to the left guard position where, in 2011, the trio of Bill Nagy, Montrae Holland and Derrick Dockery all made starts.
Dallas has already signed one guard this week, in Mackenzy Bernadeau, the former Carolina Panther.
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