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Source: Interest In Brown Was Minimal

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CHARLOTTE, NC - OCTOBER 19: Jammal Brown #70 of the New Orleans Saints moves to block the line during the game against the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium on October 19, 2008 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

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The Dallas Cowboys, according to a report yesterday, showed some interest in tackle Jammal Brown before a deal Saturday sent him to Washington. Per a source today, though, this interest was minimal.

According to ESPNDallas.com, the source said that the Saints had contacted the team about Brown during draft weekend, but their interest was "mild at best."

Indeed, the Cowboys have been outspoken in their contentedness with the state of the offensive line--with Doug Free replacing longtime tackle Flozell Adams on the left side, and Alex Barron serving as the swing tackle.

Free, of course, emerged last season in place of right tackle Marc Colombo, who went down in week ten with a fractured fibula. He also saw action at left tackle when Flozell Adams was injured early in the playoff loss to Minnesota.

Dallas landed Barron in a trade with St. Louis, in exchange for linebacker Bobby Carpenter, on May 10.

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