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    Not Dun Yet: Cowboys, Lance Dunbar Agree To 1 Year Deal

    After all of our woes, the Cowboys finally inked a deal today to bring in a 1,000 yard receiver. Well, actually, not a receiver. And, not actually 1,000 yards, but he was on pace to get that.

    In any event, the Cowboys signed to a one year contract on Thursday. According to Adam Caplan and Adam Schefter of , the one year deal is worth up to $1.75 million.

    The Cowboys have showed faith, and patience, in Dunbar as a secret offensive weapon ever since he got to Dallas in 2012. As an , Dunbar attended with the Cowboys in 2012, and went on to make the that season. He was later promoted to the active squad where he played a role as a rotational , and gunner.

    When healthy, Dunbar could arguably be tagged as one of the most versitile running backs in football. However, that's a big “when.”

    After struggling with off and on throughout his first four seasons, Dunbar will likely have a year to prove that he can put them behind him, stay healthy, and provide a solid offensive spark.

    The Cowboys use Dunbar in a variety of ways, most notably being his receiving abilities on screens, and his return abilities on special teams.

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    With turning 29 this August, and the lack of high profile pickups in free agency, if Dallas doesn't go after a running back high in the draft, Dunbar could be in line for a breakout season.

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    Randy Martin

    You sound hopeful Ian. First of all I have not seen any updates on Dunbar's injury. I would like to know if he is going to be fully ready. And frankly I would temper my enthusiasm on his prospective output for the season. In 4 seasons he has had The opportunity to play in 64 games. He has played in 41 of those games missing 23. Of 4 seasons he has only played one full season! I was on the train calling for Bilal Powell to come in and replace Dunbar. Dunbar is a good guy but hard to place any reliance on a guy that can't stay in the lineup.