Training camp is here for the Dallas Cowboys, but the team is nowhere near close to being done with making roster moves ahead of the 2021 regular season.

The big storyline in regards to a possible Dallas Cowboys addition has been regarding former Indianapolis Colts safety Malik Hooker. Hooker was drafted in the first-round of the 2017 NFL Draft, but he has struggled to stay healthy during his professional career.

There was some thought that the Cowboys would sign Hooker earlier in free agency. Instead, Dallas ultimately inked former Atlanta Falcons defender Damontae Kazee to a deal. Kazee’s familiarity and relationship with Dan Quinn likely played a significant role in that decision.

Dallas did opt to bring in Hooker in for a workout while in Oxnard over the weekend. The former Colts defensive back met with some of the coaching staff and went through a workout. Head coach Mike McCarthy said on Sunday that “there’s definitely interest”.

It seems like it is a matter of when — not if — the Cowboys sign Malik Hooker. That is assuming that Hooker impressed during the workout and that he passes a physical. The former first-round pick has torn multiple knee ligaments.

COWBOYS INK FORMER JETS DEFENSIVE BACK

The Dallas Cowboys did go ahead and add a defensive back to its training camp roster on Sunday. Former New York Jets defender Kyron Brown inked a two-year deal with the Cowboys over the weekend, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Brown signed with the Jets as an undrafted free agent following the 2019 NFL Draft. The former Akron playmaker appeared in three games for the Jets in 2019, starting one. A quad injury derailed that season and he did not play in another game with New York.

The Jets parted ways with Kyron Brown soon after the 2020 draft. This is very likely a depth signing for camp as the Cowboys attempt to bolster the competition in the secondary.

Dallas currently does not have an open roster spot, so an additional move will be required if the team does move forward with Malik Hooker.

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