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Former LSU offensive lineman La'el Collins flew to Dallas Wednesday night to meet with a large group from the Cowboys, which included owner Jerry Jones, coaches, and players. Per The Star-Telegram:
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The Cowboys, however, were the first team to get Collins on a road trip. He made a visit to Dallas on Wednesday night where he was greeted at the home of owner Jerry Jones with a full-court press from every level of the organization, per a source. In addition to Jones, coaches, players, including members of the offensive line and quarterback Tony Romo, were all on hand to woo Collins, per a source.
The Cowboys are the latest team to show interest in Collins, along with the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, and the New England Patriots.

Michael Cauble reports that the Indianapolis Colts and the Atlanta Falcons will also try to meet with the former LSU standout.
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TigerPackage107 months
guess I was wrong haha
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Team Vote107 months
Apparently it worked! I agree though the Cowboys are stacked on the o-line
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TigerPackage107 months
I don't see him going there. Their line is stacked
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