The Dallas Cowboys can't say no to adding players with spotty off-field histories. 

The latest player with a troubling past is offensive lineman Josh Ball, a fourth-round pick. Ball started his college career as a highly-recruited player and a starter for Florida State in 2017. In 2018 he was suspended by Florida State after an accusation of multiple violent acts against his girlfriend. 

In 2018, a sworn petition by Ball's ex-girlfriend claimed Ball is a “violent person” and detailed 11 incidents of violence against her and others throughout their 18-month relationship.