Cowboys Show Interest in Free Agent

While he may not be the biggest name on the market the Dallas Cowboys are continuing to look at several free agents, including this former Green Bay Packer and Houston Texan. has the latest in another offseason update.

Sure, the Cowboys haven't been nearly as active as they were this time a year ago, but they don't have to be. After returning to the playoffs for the first time since the 2003 season, the organization can be more selective in acquiring veteran talent.

Recently the team made an inquiry on restricted free agent fullback Vonta Leach (6-0, 250).

Leach has also been drawing heavy interest from Kansas City and Baltimore.

A three-year veteran, Leach has played with both the Green Bay Packers and the Houston Texans. For his career, he's recorded 11 catches for 80 yards and a touchdown. He's also excelled on special teams.

The Cowboys used two fullbacks last season, including Lousaka Polite and converted linebacker Oliver Hoyte.

Leach was originally signed by the Green Bay Packers as an undrafted free agent out of East Carolina in 2004.

After signing free agents Leonard Davis and Brad Johnson the Cowboys have been relatively quiet this offseason, but sources maintain the team is still expected to sign one or two more free agents before the 2007 NFL Draft. will continue to keep you updated on Vonta Leach as his situation becomes more clear, however as of Saturday March 17, he has not set a visit with Dallas.

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