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Hints about a couple of Cowboys veterans and their playing future.
Despite the fact that the Dallas Cowboys are entering their 13th season of calling AT&T Stadium their home building, there is still one member who was on the team this past year who played in their previous venue. Long snapper L.P. Ladouceur hiked footballs back under the hole in the roof at Texas Stadium, and has been doing so at an elite level from day one of his career. Ladouceur has played in a lot of games throughout his time in the NFL, the most ever by a Canadian by the way, and there have been many wondering whether he will play a 17th season in the league.
There has been a lot of turnover within the Cowboys organization during Ladouceur’s time with the club. Consider that he has played for head coaches Bill Parcells, Wade Phillips, Jason Garrett, and now Mike McCarthy.
It appears that he may want to keep the party going.
L.P. Ladouceur is reportedly planning on playing in 2021, Sean Lee is still undecided