According to several rumors circulating around the Internet Monday evening, the Dallas Cowboys could be losing tackle Marc Colombo to the New York Jets.
However, TheRanchReport.com has learned those rumors are indeed, false.
While Colombo does appear to be testing the waters of free agency, he has yet to visit another team.
In addition, the Cowboys are hoping to re-sign him to a multi-year deal. With the recent addition of Leonard Davis, Dallas would like Colombo to return at right tackle, which would allow Davis to play right guard should current starter Marco Rivera retire.
While the New York Jets have been rumored to be a team interested in Colombo's services, TheRanchReport.com believes as of Monday evening that Colombo has not agreed to terms with the Jets organziation.
In fact, TheRanchReport.com has maintained for the last week the Cowboys would likely be able to re-sign Colombo after free agency started.
Stay tuned to TheRanchReport.com for further updates, as warranted.
Marc Colombo Rumors Addressed
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