NFL rumours: Cowboys working to keep longtime star with reworked contract

The Cowboys have already made a big decision in the offseason when they put Tony Pollard on their roster, but are now looking to restructure the longtime star’s contract to keep him.

In what could be a season full of tough decisions for the Dallas Cowboys, the team is trying to move quickly to make things right. On Tuesday, they officially put the franchise tag on running back Tony Pollard. The Cowboys now seem to want to keep veteran Tyron Smith in Dallas.

Smith is the Cowboys’ fourth-highest earning player heading into the 2023 season, with $17.6 million up for grabs, according to Over the Cap. However, there have already been talks about cutting Smith as it would save the team over $9 million this season.

This is apparently not what is expected. ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reported Wednesday that the Cowboys are working with Smith to keep him, and may “rework” his contract in order to keep him.

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The eight-time Pro Bowler and former first-round pick has struggled with health issues in recent years, playing just 17 games over the past three seasons, including just four last campaign.

That said, Smith has always been a strong performer on the field and could play a vital role in the Cowboys’ success early in the year. Terence Steele will be recovering from a torn anterior cruciate ligament suffered at the end of the 2022 season, which means Tyron Smith and Tyler Smith could be mainstays on the offensive line.

Still, it’ll be interesting to see how Dallas reworks that deal, whether it’s an extension, a restructure, or something different. Either way, the organization clearly sees the need for Smith to be around this season and possibly longer, so they’re already making it viable.

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