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Cowboys Work Out Two More Offensive Linemen In Effort To Churn Roster

OXNARD, Calif. – The Cowboys have a clear interest in adding to their offensive line depth, as they worked out two more offensive tackles following Saturday's walkthrough.

Offensive tackles Kevin Palmer and Aundrey Walker worked out for the team on Saturday morning, spearheaded by offensive line coach Frank Pollack. Both players went undrafted in 2014.

Palmer, who played at Baylor, has spent time with four different NFL clubs, including multiple stints on the Arizona Cardinals' practice squad. Walker played at USC and spent time on the Miami Dolphins' practice squad.

The Cowboys worked out another offensive lineman, Lamar Mady, on Friday but did not sign him. Only time will tell if Saturday's work outs fare any better.

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