Cowboys Pushed to Reunite With Former $50 Million 71-Game Starter

As they continue their postseason drive, the Dallas Cowboys may find it beneficial to hunt for veteran depth.

One experienced player the Cowboys "must target" as they make their postseason run, according to Bleacher Report's Alex Ballentine, is one of their former teammates, offensive tackle La'el Collins. 

The 30-year-old is still a free agent after being released by the Cincinnati Bengals at the start of the season.

Given the Cowboys' recent offensive line losses, Ballentine believes the team might benefit from a versatile offensive lineman capable of filling in.

"Collins is still capable of playing at a higher level than many tackles in the league," says Ballentine.

"His prior experience at guard would make him an extremely valuable player for a battered Cowboys offensive line." 

Tyron Smith missed the game on Sunday due to a knee injury. Tyler Biadasz, Chuma Edoga, and Zack Martin were also listed as injured."

Collins spent the season with the Bengals after signing a three-year contract, starting all 15 of his games as the team's right tackle.


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