The Cowboys are getting help at cornerback, a position where they need the help.
Veteran cornerback Maurice Canady has agreed to a one-year deal with Dallas, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.
Last year Canady spent half the year with the Jets and half with the Ravens, playing in a total of 13 games, with three starts. He entered the NFL as a 2016 sixth-round pick in Baltimore.
The Cowboys need to address the cornerback position after losing Byron Jones. Canady is far from a replacement for Jones, but he’s a first step in what will probably be multiple moves for the Cowboys to shore up their secondary.