Cowboys agree to terms with former Bills OL Ty Nsekhe

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The Buffalo Bills lost their swing tackle and depth on the outside of the offensive line, Ty Nsekhe, on Tuesday.

According to his representatives, the 35-year-old has agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Dallas Cowboys.

Nsekhe departing the the Bills comes as little surprise. After seeing some run at right tackle due to injury in 2019, Nsekhe barely saw the field with Buffalo last season. He only played in 54 total snaps on offense.

A big reason for that was the emergence of Daryl Williams as the Bills’ starting right tackle in 2020.

The Bills will have to replace Nsekhe’s depth he provided, though.

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