IRVING, Texas -- Safety Keith Davis left the Dallas Cowboys hoping to do more than play special teams.
He's back with the Cowboys in his specialized role after things
didn't work out in Miami.
Davis re-signed today with the Cowboys.
It's been nearly six months since Davis signed a two-year, 3.5
million dollar free agent deal hoping for a chance to be a
defensive starter with the Dolphins.
He was cut before the start of the regular season.
Davis says it just didn't work and it's a blessing to be back
with the Cowboys.
Davis, in five seasons with Dallas, went from undrafted rookie
free agent to being a special teams standout.
He expects to play in the season opener Sunday at Cleveland.
The Cowboys had already cleared a spot on their 53-man roster
when they waived cornerback Evan Oglesby yesterday.
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