The Cowboys Bolster Offensive Line with Addition of Veteran Chuma Edoga

The Dallas Cowboys have enhanced their offensive line by acquiring veteran Chuma Edoga, which provides more depth to their already impressive roster. Edoga, a former third-round pick of the Jets in 2019, has played 26 career games, including one last year with the Falcons before suffering a season-ending knee injury. He has some experience playing guard, but mostly played tackle in his career, including at Southern Cal. The Cowboys may even consider him as a candidate for the starting left guard position, which became vacant after Connor McGovern's departure. The Cowboys have a strong tackle duo in Tyron Smith and Terence Steele, with the option of moving rookie Tyler Smith to guard. They also have Josh Ball and Matt Waletzo at tackle.

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