The Dallas Cowboys signed La'el Collins to an extension that will run through 2019, paying the offensive lineman an additional $15.4 million.
Jerry Jones' euphoria for Rookie RB Ezekiel Elliot has left him at a loss for actual words.
It certainly seems that the Cowboys offensive line could become a historically great unit, but the men who comprise that line aren't thinking about that.
The men that make up the Cowboys' offensive line won't deny that the loss of DeMarco Murray is a major one, but they're confident in the group that will try to replace him going forward.
According to Jerry Jones, there's a chance the Cowboys will draft an offensive lineman in the first round for the fourth time in the last five years.
Bill Callahan left Dallas to sign with the Redskins, and with that left what he called the best line in the NFL.
At 46, Barry Sanders believes he might be able to go for 60-75 yards a game behind the Dallas Cowboys young offensive line.
With the Cowboys' season over, let's take a look back on a position-by-position basis.
Zack Martin is a Pro Bowler and All-Pro as a rookie and was seen as the "missing piece" of the Cowboys' offensive line, but he sees it the other way around.
Bill Callahan is the one Cowboys coaching free agent who won't be coming back in 2015.