No team has more money invested in its offensive line than the Cowboys. According to spotrac.com, Dallas has $61 million of its cap committed to offensive linemen, almost $13 million more than the second-place spender, the Packers.
The Cowboys have three first-rounders in their offensive line as well as a second-rounder and La'el Collins, who likely would have gone in the first round if not for some untimely and unfortunate circumstances beyond his control on the eve of the draft in 2015.
It seems unlikely the Cowboys can afford to keep Collins after this season, and they prepared for his departure by drafting Connor McGovern in the third round this spring.
But that hasn’t stopped Collins, who is entering the final year of his deal, from hoping to remain in Dallas beyond 2019.