Add Jets safety Brodney Pool to the list of free agents who have come through Valley Ranch since Tuesday.
The seven-year veteran has started 67 games in his career, and has played for Rob Ryan in Cleveland and Rex Ryan in New York. With the Browns, he also worked under current Cowboys secondary coach Jerome Henderson.
For the second straight night, the team is entertaining free agents at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington. Expected to join Pool are Bears tight end Kellen Davis and Panthers linebacker Dan Connor, who also toured Valley Ranch on Wednesday.
Pool, the 34th overall pick in 2005 draft, grew up in Texas and played college football at Oklahoma. The 6-2, 214-pounder will turn 28 in May.
A week before free agency began, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett suggested the plan was to address all needs so as to allow the team to truly pick the best available players in April's draft.
That's indeed been the strategy, as the Cowboys have already signed a cornerback, a guard, a backup quarterback and a fullback. Connor, Davis and Pool are all potentially key contributors at other positions of need.