Cowboys sign LB Damien Wilson to practice squad
The Cowboys are bringing back linebacker Damien Wilson, the team said. He has agreed to a berth on Dallas’ practice squad.
The Cowboys have agreed to terms with receiver Racey McMath and running back SaRodorick Thompson for practice squad seats.
Offensive lineman La’el Collins might re-join the Cowboys on their practice report, but despite reports that a contract was done, Collins continues to examine offers.
Wilson entered the NFL as a fourth-round choice of the Cowboys in 2015, and he spent his first four seasons in Dallas before two seasons in Kansas City, one in Jacksonville and one in Carolina.
The Panthers cut Wilson on March 10, and he had remained a free agent since.
He served a four-game ban earlier this season for violating the Personal Conduct Policy.
Wilson’s final game appearance was Week 18 of the 2022 season with the Panthers.