Suspended as part of the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal, defensive lineman Anthony Hargrove was out of football last season.
The Green Bay Packers released Hargrove in late August and he was a man without a team. Now, on hois third visit to the Dallas Cowboys this offseason, Hargrove has a job again. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports the Cowboys are signing the defensive lineman, a depth addition for a unit that is fully expected to be without Josh Brent this season.
Hargrove, 29, spent the 2009 and 2010 seasons with the New Orleans Saints. He most recently played for the Seattle Seahawks in 2011. Hargrove has also spent time with the St. Louis Rams and Buffalo Bills.
Per La Canfora, the Cowboys like his versatility on the line in the new defense being installed by Monte Kiffin and Rod Marinelli.
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