The Dallas Cowboys haven't made many headlines during free agency, but the team continues to mine for talent at bargain prices.
The Cowboys possess just $102,000 in cap space and must find someone to play across from free safety Barry Church. Allen, 30, started seven games for the Pittsburgh Steelers last season and showed himself to be a productive run-stopper filling for Troy Polamalu. Still, Allen was never relied on as a consistent starter during his six seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and three with Pittsburgh.
Durant, 27, would give Dallas an experienced 4-3 strong-side linebacker who chalked up 103 tackles with the Detroit Lions last season. He started 26 of 29 games in the Motor City since 2011, but it's concerning that Durant is on the open market for the third time in his career.
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