'Boys Also Looking at Pass Rushing OLB

With over $22 million in cap room, the Dallas Cowboys are ready to spend the money needed to make a run at next year's Super Bowl. TheRanchReport.com has the latest on another free agent that has caught the eye of the organization. Read on to find out more!

Houston Texans linebacker Antwan Peek (6-3, 250), one of the most underrated players available in free agency this year, will get a hard look from the Dallas Cowboys, TheRanchReport.com has learned.

Peek has been described by one league source recently told TheRanchReport.com that Peek was "a sleeper in free agency for a 3-4 team as an outside linebacker who can really rush the passer."

Peek is one of at least three free agents the Cowboys have become involved with. A pair of offensive linemen, Leonard Davis and Kris Dielman, are the other two.

Last season with the Texans, Peek recorded 14 total tackles and one sack in 10 games.

Peek was originally selected in the third round of the 2003 draft by the Texans (No. 67 overall).

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