2013-2014 COWBOYS ROSTER: Dallas adds RB and TE to the practice squad

2013-2014 COWBOYS ROSTER UPDATE - Dallas adds RB and TE to the practice squad - Dallas Cowboys roster 2013 2014 - Dallas Cowboys news

IRVING, Texas – The Dallas Cowboys have filled out their practice squad by signing two players.

Tight end Jameson Konz, who played at Kent State, and running back George Winn, who played collegiately at Cincinnati.

Winn will likely take some of the scout teams reps of Phillip Tanner and Joseph Randle, who will likely be used more in the offense with Lance Dunbar (knee) now out for the season. Winn was recently with the Steelers and Raiders’ practice squads. He also spent time this offseason with Houston and New England.

Konz was released off Seattle’s practice squad earlier this year. He’s also played some defensive end in the past with the Seahawks, who originally signed him in 2010.

The Cowboys waived Andre Smith two weeks ago and hoped to retain him on the practice squad. But he was claimed off waivers by the Browns, who also plucked quarterback Alex Tanney from the squad that same week.

Without Smith, the Dallas Cowboys have just Jason Witten, Gavin Escobar and James Hanna on the roster. Konz will likely the scout-team reps at tight end.

With Tanney no longer around, veteran Kyle Orton handles all of the scout team snaps at quarterback.

The addition of Wynn and Konz fills up the squad back to eight players. The Cowboys have three receivers on the practice squad with Tim Benford, Jamar Newsome and Lanear Sampson. Defensive end Caesar Rayford and offensive lineman John Wexler and guard Ray Dominguez.

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