According to ESPN Dallas reporter, Calvin Watkins, the Coyboys have come to terms with outside linebacker Kyle Wilber from Wake Forest.
Cowboys agree to terms with Kyle Wilber: ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys have agreed to terms on a four-y... es.pn/NnAQrA— Calvin Watkins (@calvinwatkins) June 14, 2012
According to Watkins, Wilber will reportedly receive a signing bonus of $439, 200. This leaves Morris Claiborne, Dallas' first round pick in the NFL Draft as their only unsigned player.
Watkins has more on the Wilber signing and how the Cowboys hope he'll be able to contribute:
Wilber had 13.5 sacks and 35.5 tackles for loss in 43 games (36 starts) at Wake Forest. The Cowboys are hoping he can contribute in pass rushing and special teams' situations with a larger role in the future with Anthony Spencer and Victor Butler entering the final years' of their contracts in 2012.
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