NFL world reacts as Cowboys sign Ohio State star

After Tyler Biadasz missed last Sunday's defeat to the Arizona Cardinals with a hamstring injury, the Dallas Cowboys seemed to be looking to a former Ohio State Buckeyes star for center depth.

According to Dallas Morning News beat reporter Michael Gehlken, the Cowboys are acquiring former Ohio State Buckeyes All-American center Billy Price to their practice squad.

The Cowboys signed center Billy Price to their practice squad.

This replaces CB C.J. Goodwin's 53-man roster promotion. 

Price started 26 games for Giants and Cardinals in two years. 

Gehlken wrote on X, formerly Twitter, that the Bengals drafted him in the 2018 first round.

In his time at Ohio State, Billy Price broke the program's record most starts and won the Rimington Trophy for the nation's best center.

After being drafted in the first round by the Cincinnati Bengals in 2017, his signing created social media hype.


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