The Cowboys appear to be on the verge of formally announcing their agreement with free agent guard Uche Nwaneri, though when the move becomes official, the team will need to cut a player, since Dallas isn’t one of seven NFL clubs with an open roster spot at the moment. Nwaneri wasn’t the only offensive lineman drawing interest from the Cowboys though, so let’s check in on that report, as well as the rest of the latest updates from around the NFL’s two East divisions….
- The Cowboys have some interest in free agent offensive lineman Garrett Reynolds, but have no plans to sign him for now, a source tells Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com (Twitter link). We heard over the weekend that Reynolds, who has spent the last several seasons with the Falcons, had paid a visit to Dallas.
- As Tom Precious of the Buffalo News notes, Donald Trump said today on Twitter that he’s the only prospective buyer for the Bills who will keep the franchise in Buffalo. However, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is among those skeptical of Trump’s claim, suggesting that he believes there are “a number of bidders who are seriously considering going forward are committed to keeping the team in Western New York.”
- In a slideshow at NJ.com, Jordan Raanan identifies five veteran players whose roster spots with the Giants may be in danger this year.