Maybe the Cowboys should go after one of their former players in search of a strong locker room presence. Ex-Cowboys tight end Dan Campbell is a free agent after he was released Monday by the Detroit Lions. Now, Campbell is a definite leader this team could use. He helped guide a young Jason Witten and he could help stabilize a locker that sorely lacks accountability.
Campbell, who is a top-notch blocker, could also help greatly with fellow ex-Aggie tight end Martellus Bennett, who needs to learn further what it means to be a professional. But Campbell (in Dallas from 2003-2005) has dealt with triceps and hamstring injuries and been limited to just three games the past two seasons and is a 10-year vet.
- Rick Herrin