The Dallas Cowboys took a step toward keeping their vaunted offensive line in place on Tuesday afternoon, signing starting left guard Ronald Leary to a one-year deal, according to Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas.
An exclusive-rights free agent going into the offseason, Leary’s new deal is worth $585,000.
Leary started 15 of 16 regular season games in 2015, as well as both playoff games. He missed the Week 9 loss to the Arizona Cardinals with a groin issue but, other than that, has been a model of consistency over the past two seasons. He started all 16 games for the Cowboys in 2013.
Also on Tuesday, the Cowboys signed tackle Darrion Weems--who, like Leary, was an exclusive-rights free agent--to a one-year deal worth $585,000.
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