The Dallas Cowboys made a minor roster signing on Saturday as they signed offensive lineman Pat McQuistan. McQuistan worked out for the Cowboys on Friday, and to make room for the signing the Cowboys had to part ways with undrafted rookie Taylor Dever.
McQuistan was originally drafted by the Cowboys back in 2006 as a seventh round pick and spent three seasons in Dallas. The past two seasons, McQuistan has been with the Miami Dolphins and New Orleans Saints.
The Cowboys brought him in since he can provide depth at the offensive line position as he play both guard and center. With projected starter Mackenzy Bernadeau coming back from hip surgery the Cowboys will need some extra depth in case there are any delays with Bernadeau's recovery.
McQuistan's contract is a one-year deal.