IRVING, Texas – The Cowboys made a pair of roster moves Friday and turned into another expected change to the NFL office.
The club officially reworked
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The Cowboys also signed free-agent cornerback Malik James, a rookie from Langston. James played four games last year, recording two interceptions, but a season-ending injury. James also played for Cincinnati and Nevada during his collegiate career.
To make room, the Cowboys waived
James was part of a three-player workout at Valley Ranch on Friday. The Cowboys also looked at deep snappers Jackson Anderson and Brandon Hartson.