Leary was on the field for 137 pass snaps and 84 run snaps this season, according to the stats compiled by Pro Football Focus (subscription required). Although he did not qualify to be ranked based on that limited sample size, Leary was given an overall grade of 72.2, which would have placed him near the backend of the top 30.
In other Cowboys news, Adam Schefter of ESPN.com hears that Paxton Lynch may fall into the second round of tonight’s draft unless Dallas trades back into the latter portion of the first round. As for the No. 4 overall pick, reports have linked Dallas to Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott and FSU defensive back Jalen Ramsey, but Louisville defensive lineman Sheldon Rankins could also be in the mix, according to reports.
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