The Dallas Cowboys appear to be looking for some depth along the offensive line.
According to a report from ESPN, the Cowboys received a visit from Garrett Reynolds, a veteran lineman that was once with the Atlanta Falcons. Reynolds recorded 10 starts a year ago for a banged up unit and was not too impressive when thrown in.
That said, he has game experience and the Cowboys are all too familiar with health issues in the trenches. If Reynolds were to sign a deal with Dallas, it would likely be in a backup role.
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