Cowboys Claim C Adam Redmond, S Ibraheim Campbell; Cut Two

Dallas did some roster shuffling today, adding two players off waivers from other teams. Center Adam Redmond and Safety Ibraheim Campbell are now Cowboys, and that means Guard Kadeem Edwards and Defensive Tackle Brian Price won’t be.

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To make room for safety Ibraheim Campbell and center Adam Redmond, who were claimed off waivers Sunday, the Cowboys released guard Kadeem Edwards and defensive tackle Brian Price.

Redmond was a critical addition for Dallas as they deal with Travis Frederick‘s injury. The former Bill and Colt hasn’t played much, but he provides some experience at center while Joe Looney is in the starting lineup. Adam may not be needed as soon as Frederick returns to duty.

Campbell, a 4th-year veteran with 11 career starts, was waived by the Texans. He gives Dallas some valuable safety depth while Xavier Woods is out with injury.

Kadeem Edwards became expendable once Dallas traded for Parker Ehinger from Kansas City, who can player guard or tackle. He, Redmond, and Cam Fleming will make up the Cowboys’ offensive line depth barring other moves.

Brian Price was clearly at the bottom of Dallas’ deep defensive line. The Cowboys are likely hoping that they won’t need one of these extra safeties or offensive linemen once David Irving comes off suspension.

What do you think?

Jess Haynie

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