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Report: Cowboys negotiating monster new contract

This would be major!

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Okay, this would be major.

Multiple reports have indicated that the Dallas Cowboys are in the process of inking offensive lineman Terence Steele to a monster contract extension that would essentially make him a member of the team for the rest of his playing career.

From Sports Illustrated: 

"It might not be the highest-profile move, or even the highest-priority move, but the Dallas Cowboys, a source tells, are in the midst of contract negotiations with offensive lineman Terence Steele, with both sides hoping for a sort of "Cowboy for Life'' deal."

Steele, 26, has developed from a 2020 undrafted free agent from Texas Tech into a starting right tackle and a premium NFL run-blocker. He is a sort of "self-made man'' as an NFL standout, showing immediately a level of maturity that caused buzz inside team headquarters ... and as he successfully rehabs from his torn ACL, is still creating positive buzz."

Additionally, Spotrac has projected Steele's new deal to be in the neighborhood of four-years and a total of $52 million. 

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