Davis Set To Be A Cowboy

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IRVING, Texas (AP) - The Dallas Cowboys have agreed to terms
with free agent offensive lineman Leonard Davis.
Cowboys spokesman Rich Dalrymple confirmed the deal tonight, but
not the details of the agreement. He said a formal announcement by
the team is expected tomorrow.
According to various reports, including a story posted on the
team's Web site, Davis agreed to a seven-year contract worth nearly
50 (m) million dollars.
Davis was the Number overall pick in the 2001 draft out of
Texas. He spent his first six seasons with the Arizona Cardinals.
Davis played guard for the first four seasons and switched to
left tackle in 2004.
Dallascowboys-dot-com reported that Davis' package included
18-point-75 (m) million dollars in guaranteed money.
Meanwhile, the Cowboys picked up wide receiver Terry Glenn's
five (m) million dollar roster bonus, virtually assuring he will
remain with the team.
Glenn will earn a base salary of 820-thousand.