Cowboys re-sign special teams ace C.J. Goodwin

Cowboys special teams coordinator John Fassel lost two of his main pieces at the start of free agency in linebacker Luke Gifford and wide receiver Noah Brown. Dallas got back on the board for that unit, keeping cornerback C.J. Goodwin on a one-year deal.

Goodwin was undrafted in 2014 and joined the Steelers as a practice squad player then bounced around five other teams until 2018, when the Cowboys signed him. Ever since, Goodwin’s been the top special teams player for Dallas as their main gunner.

This is the fifth contract Goodwin has agreed to with the Cowboys, the two sides seem to like each other.

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Story originally appeared on Cowboys Wire