Right tackle La’el Collins has agreed to a five-year contract expansion with the Dallas Cowboys.
According to sources, the deal includes $35m that’s the amount from the league for a tackle.
Despite Ezekiel Elliott, skill-position trio Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper searching for paydays of the own – using the holdout of Elliott appearing like it will last in the year – the Cowboys wrapped yet another newcomer that was young up by expanding Collins‘ bargain and solidifying their line.
Back in August, they passed out a five-year, $64m contract into linebacker Jaylon Smith.
Collins, 26, signed as an undrafted free agent out of LSU after NFL teams passed him at the draft times after he had been questioned at the murder of a former girlfriend – despite not being a suspect.
From the time that the investigation showed Collins wasn’t involved, he was a member of the Cowboys‘ roster, signing a three-year, $1.5Zero arrangement.
Owner Jerry Jones guaranteed to redo that initial deal, also followed with a two-year, $15.4m contract from 2017.
Collins began his NFL career but has solidified the ideal side of this line as a bookend.

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