The Cowboys got some help in the interior of the defense at a bargain price!
It took up until almost the end of the first week of free agency, but the Dallas Cowboys finally signed themselves an outside player. The team helped strengthen the defensive tackle position by acquiring former Houston Texans player Christian Covington. A sixth-round pick in 2015, Covington played out his rookie deal in Houston as a rotational player along the defensive line. Last season with the Texans, he played in 12 games and only had 15 tackles, but he had 3.5 sacks and eight quarterback hits according to Pro Football Reference.