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Cowboys’ Travis Frederick Hoping to Play in 2019

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Dallas Cowboys veteran center Travis Frederick believes that he won’t be able to make it back to the field this season, but is holding out hope that he can return to the team next season, saying he feels “very good” about his chances in 2019.

Frederick was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome before the start of the season, causing numbness in both of his arms, among other various symptoms.

“I have certainly made progress, but at this point in the season, having not been able to do my football movements. … Even if I was 100 percent strength wise to be able to come back and play. … I’m still six or eight weeks out from that,” Frederick said, during an appearance on 105.3 The Fan.

Frederick is under contract with Dallas through the 2023 season.

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Cowboys to Release Taco Charlton if No Trade is Made

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Should the Dallas Cowboys fail to find a suitable deal for pass rusher Taco Charlton, they plan to release him, according to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport and Jane Slater.

Charlton, a former first round draft pick, has been a major disappointment during his short career, and with the return of defensive end Robert Quinn from a two-game ban, there is no more room for Charlton on the roster.

Charlton, 24, has battled injuries during his career, and has been hit with the injury bug this past offseason.

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Cowboys Release Rolando McClain

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The Dallas Cowboys released linebacker Rolando McClain, according to the Dallas Morning News’ Calvin Watkins.

McClain, who was recently granted conditional reinstatement into the NFL, has stated his desire to continue his playing career.

McClain, 30, hasn’t played since the 2015 season.

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Cowboys Make Offer to Ezekiel Elliott

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The Dallas Cowboys have reportedly made a massive contract offer to running back Ezekiel Elliott that would make him one of the top-two highest paid players in the league, according to ESPN’s Ed Werder.

Elliott has been holding out in hopes to land a new deal, and things have been a little contentious between the running back and the Cowboys at times.

According to reports, Elliot is looking for a deal with annual values in the $15 million range.

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