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The Dallas Cowboys haven’t made any major offseason moves thus far, but one of their bigger free agent signings, Nolan Carroll, made the jump from the Philadelphia Eagles to the Cowboys.

Carroll, now a teammate of Dez Bryant’s, talked about not having to go up against Bryant two times a year anymore, and he’s definitely happy that will no longer be the case.

Carroll’s comments don’t come as a surprise, as Bryant has had a lot of success against the Eagles over the years.

Via All22:

“The two squared off five times over the past three seasons, with Bryant winning most of the battles. He posted 35 receptions for 404 yards and 5 touchdowns in those contests against Carroll and the Eagles.”

Carroll signed a three-year, $10 million deal with the Cowboys this offseason.