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The Dallas Cowboys and former LSU offensive tackle La'el Collins have agreed on a five-year extension with $50 million in "new money," according to NFL.com:
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The team agreed to terms on a five-year extension with offensive tackle La'el Collins, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported, per sources informed of the pact. Garafolo adds that the pact includes $50 million in "new money." The first two years are fully guaranteed, and Collins receives $35 million in total guarantees.

Similar to the Jaylon Smith deal, the Cowboys had a talented player land in their laps for non-playing reasons, and the team locked them down with a pay raise sooner than required.

Collins, who was projected to be a first-round pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, fell completely out of the draft after he was wanted for questioning in the murder of a former girlfriend in the days leading up to the selection process. Collins was ultimately ruled out as a suspect, but the situation cost him potentially millions of dollars by falling all the way out of the draft.
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7 Comments
Should have been a Saint. Dumbest non-pick by the Saints - ever.
Reply20 months
He ended up in a good situation though. Really happy for the guy
Reply20 months
Good for him. He was screwed by BRPD.
Reply20 months
Damn shame the saints were completely moronic in not picking him up
Reply20 months
Bs cost 2 of our players to fall out the first round
Reply20 months
Reply20 months
Pretty good for a guy that tackled his QB.
Reply20 months
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