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The Cowboys suffered a couple of big loss on their offensive line already this offseason, but it looks like they were able to make part of that up on Tuesday.

According to ESPN’s Todd Archer, the Cowboys are expected to sign former No. 7 overall pick and offensive guard Jonathan Cooper.

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Cooper was originally taken in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft by the Arizona Cardinals, and he has since played for the Browns and Patriots. Cooper was waived last year by the Patriots, and he was eventually signed by the Cowboys for depth in the Playoffs. Cooper was only a reserve then, and it looks like he will be a more vital part of the team’s offensive line going forward.

Cooper will be making up for Doug Free, who has retired, and Ron Leary, who has since signed with the Broncos.

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