Cowboys agree to deal with offensive lineman Chuma Edoga


The Cowboys are bolstering their offensive line depth by signing former Jets guard/tackle Chuma Edoga to a one-year deal, 105.3 The Fan's Bobby Belt reported Tuesday. The contract terms are unknown.

The Cowboys announced the signing a short time later.

Edoga was one of three players the Cowboys brought to The Star for a workout and a physical Monday. The other two players were running back Ronald Jones and linebacker Travin Howard.

Edoga becomes the first free agent from outside the organization the Cowboys have signed this offseason after trading for cornerback Stefon Gilmore and wide receiver Brandin Cooks, and re-signing several of their own free agents.

Edoga, a third-round pick of the Jets in 2019, started in 12 of the 23 games he appeared in. After three years in New York, he spent the 2022 season with the Falcons, where he appeared in two games at left guard. Edoga's last appearance came in a Week 11 start against the Chicago Bears. He would then miss rest of the season with a knee injury.

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