The Cowboys are expected to bring back veteran deep snapper L.P. Ladouceur for yet another season.
The unrestricted free agent reportedly will sign a 1-year deal to keep him back for a 16thyear.
The snapper is expected to earn nearly $900,000 for the 2020 season.
Ladouceur joined the Cowboys early into the 2005 season when the team had snapping issues. Given a tryout basically because he lived in the Bay Area and the Cowboys were spending the week in California between road games with the 49ers and Raiders, Ladouceuer not only took advantage of the opportunity back then, but hasn't looked back.
One of the more consistent players on the roster, Ladouceur has played in 237 games, the second-most in team history behind Jason Witten (257).
Ladouceur will become the sixth free agent to be retained by the Cowboys this week, including quarterback Dak Prescott, who received the franchise tag. The Cowboys also have signed Blake Jarwin and agreed to terms with Sean Lee, Amari Cooper and Darian Thompson.
On the other side, the Cowboys have said goodbye to several other key players, including Randall Cobb, Robert Quinn, Maliek Collins and Jeff Heath.
While replacements will be needed for many of those spots, the Cowboys made sure they didn't have to look for a new deep snapper yet again.