Cowboys Re-Sign Safety Donovan Wilson


ARLINGTON, TX — The Dallas Cowboys have not made much noise so far in free agency, as it officially begins on Wednesday, March 15, but they made a move on Tuesday to retain one of the key pieces to their secondary.

NFL Network Insider Mike Garafolo reported Tuesday that the Cowboys have agreed to terms to re-sign safety Donovan Wilson to a three-year deal worth up to $24 million, per agents Kevin Conner and Robert Brown of Universal Sports Management.

Wilson returns with fellow defensive backs Jayron Kearse, Trevon Diggs, and Jourdan Lewis. While at times the Cowboys’ secondary seemed suspect, since their abysmal year in 2020, Defensive Coordinator Dan Quinn has revitalized this defense into a respectable one.

After clearing up cap space by restructuring quarterback Dak Prescott’s contract and placing the franchise tag on running back Tony Pollard, Dallas fans expect the Cowboys to make some waves when free agency officially begins. The Cowboys still need have questions to answer at the wide receiver position, offensive line, and with some of their linebackers. Only time will tell if the Cowboys will do enough to finally get them to the promised land next season.

Dallas Cowboys Safety Donovan Wilson

Dallas Cowboys Safety Donovan Wilson


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