Cowboys make key move with special teams unit

Since free agency began, the Dallas Cowboys made many major changes to their roster. Ian Rapoport reported that they retained another important contributor on Tuesday.

Brian Anger will be returning as the team’s punter.

The Jacksonville Jaguars drafted Anger in the third round 2012 NFL Draft. Anger played college football with the California Golden Bears.

The Dallas Cowboys reached an agreement with Jayron Kearse , their last offseason acquisition safety. According to Michael Gehlken of NFL Network, both sides reached an agreement Monday afternoon.

According to the NFL analyst, Kearse’s deal with Dallas will be good for two years. He also revealed the financial details of the new contract.

Source said that Jayron Kearse is the Cowboys’ safety officer and the contract is for a two-year, $10M deal. The deal is valued at a maximum $11M. The deal is worth a maximum of $11M.

The Cowboys signed Kearse to a $1.13 million one-year contract last offseason. The former seventh-round draft pick performed better than his contract and exceeded the expectations of the team. Kearse played in 15 of Dallas’s 17 games this season. He recorded 101 tackles in those 15 games.

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