The Dallas Cowboys are having trouble keeping their offensive line healthy and could turn to a former Kansas City Chiefs guard for help. There’s a “real chance” the veteran lands with the Cowboys, according to the team’s official site.
Every team is hoping to keep their players healthy through camp, but the Cowboys are to the point with their guards that an entire practice would be a success.
They signed free agent Jeff Olsen to get reps at practice Thursday afternoon and he was soon forced to the sidelines with a possible concussion.
That put the Cowboys back in the position of shuffling players around just to finish a practice. Such a shortage could speed up a possible return to football for Waters. He started his career with 11 fantastic years in Kansas City before one season with the New England Patriots.
Waters sat out all of last year, but is from Texas and would likely get a nice payday for someone that’s been away from the field for so long.