The Cowboys have agreed to a one-year deal with safety George Iloka, according to a source. Iloka met with the Cowboys on Friday and was the third safety to meet with the club during the week along with Clayton Geathers and Eric Berry. The Cowboys have concerns about their depth at the position that was manned by Jeff Heath and Xavier Woods last year. Iloka, who has nine career interceptions, can play both safety spots. The Cowboys had some interest in Iloka last year before he joined Minnesota, where he started three games. He is the fourth free agent the Cowboys have come to terms with so far, joining Christian Covington, Kerry Hyder and Randall Cobb! #dallascowboys#cowboys#cowboysnation#dccenter#cowboynation#wedemboyz#dc4l#nfl#howboutthemcowboys#americasteam
Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Tyrone Crawford allegedly shoved two police officers during an incident at a Florida bar on Friday, according to TMZ Sports. Per the report, the 6'4", 290-pound lineman had to be restrained after he allegedly "aggressively put his hands" on a pair of officers who were making an arrest following a brawl involving eight to 10 people.
Per the report, Crawford and his associates got into an altercation with the Coyote Ugly Saloon staff in Panama City, Florida, last week. The brawl resulted in multiple injuries, with a bar employee suffering a broken foot, though there was no indication Crawford was injured.
Police were called to the scene as the situation escalated, and law enforcement said the fight was still ongoing when they arrived. Witnesses told TMZ Sports that the 29-year-old Crawford "was a key player" in the violence.
Crawford was not arrested.
TMZ Sports reported that the incident was captured on the bar's surveillance video, although the footage has not been made public...🤦♂️ #dallascowboys#cowboys#cowboysnation#dccenter#cowboynation#wedemboyz#dc4l#nfl#howboutthemcowboys#americasteam