Davis to Dallas?

Playing for the Dallas Cowboys would be a dream come true for Texas native Leonard Davis. And come March 2, when the Arizona Cardinal officially becomes a free agent, it could very well happen for the massive offensive lineman. TheRanchReport.com has the latest in this exclusive report!

Davis, the No. 2 overall selection in the 2001 NFL Draft behind Michael Vick, is "very interested" in playing for the Cowboys, the team he grew up cheering for while living in Wortham, Tex., league sources told TheRanchReport.com Monday.

There are also a handful of other teams interested in the 6-foot-6, 366-pound tackle. However legitimate contact can't be made until Davis' contract with the Cardinals officially ends March 2.

Davis's agent, Ryan Tollner, spent the weekend in Indianapolis at the NFL Combine, where he interacted with representatives from several different teams. Dallas was one of those teams, league sources said.

Once the free agent period begins for Davis, the Cowboys, who have let it be known they are interested in Davis, are expected to make a big push to sign him.

Dallas' offensive line was an area of weakness the last couple of years and needs to be solidified. There's speculation the Cowboys will draft a defensive back with the 22nd overall pick in this year's draft. The secondary was also a problem last season, too.

With it not being regarded as a very deep draft for offensive linemen, addressing the problem via free agency seems like the logical choice. And the signing of Davis, who played for the Texas Longhorns, would go a long way towards doing that.

Davis, who has started in all 91 games he's appeared in, has experience playing multiple positions.

Davis played first half of his career primarily at right guard, before being switched to left tackle, which is were he's played full time since 2004.

Stay tuned to TheRanchReport.com for the latest information on Davis as potential movement could come as early as Friday.

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