The Dallas Cowboys are bringing back interior offensive lineman Joe Looney on a one-year deal according to Todd Archer.
The Cowboys and center/guard Joe Looney have agreed on a one-year deal, according to multiple sources. Looney has started 20 games in his four seasons with the Cowboys, including all 16 in 2018 when he took over for Travis Frederick. Looney can play… https://t.co/7OPJ4YbWgC
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) March 19, 2020
Looney, 29, is an eight-year veteran who has played with the 49ers, Titans and Cowboys. Over his last four seasons for the Cowboys, he has started 20 games due to injuries elsewhere on the offensive line.
The Cowboys will keep good depth on their offensive line with the signing of Looney, who can play guard or center.
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