Guard Montrae Holland, according to the unnamed source, has agreed to a deal, which will be finalized on Monday--following the team's three day rookie mini-camp at Valley Ranch, which begins on Friday-- worth a reported $5.2 million, plus performance incentives, over two years.
Holland started two games, and saw action in six, in 2008, when starter Kyle Kosier went down with injury--part of a platoon with G/C Cory Procter. However, he spent last season inactive, which caused some to wonder if he would return in 2010.
The move was likely made due to depth concerns along the offensive line.
Holland was a fourth round pick for the New Orleans Saints in 2003. He spent 2007 with the Denver Broncos before being traded to Dallas in 2008, for a fifth round pick in the 2010 draft.
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