The Dallas Cowboys lost middle linebacker and defensive leader Sean Lee to an season-ending injury before training camp even started. That leaves the Cowboy looking to fill the void and even saw them entertain former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Rolando McClain.
The Cowboys are still looking at options and with the release of Larry English by the San Diego Chargers, the Cowboys are giving English a look.
From ESPN Dallas:
On Thursday, the Cowboys visited with Larry English, the 16th pick in the 2009 draft, according to a source, a few days after he was cut by the San Diego Chargers. For now, the Cowboys will not sign him. He did not work out for the team but spent time with the coaches and staff in Oxnard, Calif.
It makes you wonder why a team with such a need at linebacker would let English leave. They either feel incredibly confident in the talent they have on the roster or English wants a deal the Cowboys were either incapable or unwilling to give him because of their cap space.
Either way, the Cowboys might be revisiting English if he remains unsigned and the Cowboys don’t like what they see in training camp.