La'el Collins RUMORS & NEWS

  • La’el Collins, Tyron Smith did not practice Wednesday

    Blogging The Boys "Every Wednesday of game week brings the first injury report, and it’s pretty much as expected for the Cowboys. Offensive tackles Tyron Smith and La’el Collins were both out of practice toady. They were joined by Leighton Vander Esch who was rumored to have a..." October 09

  • Tyron Smith, La’el Collins closer to a return

    Pro Football Talk "The Cowboys could be getting closer to getting a major piece back on the field. During his weekly chat on 105.3 The Fan, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he feels good about the chances of left tackle Tyron Smith and right tackle La’el Collins playing Sunday against the..." October 08

  • Cowboys right tackle La’el Collins leaves for locker room

    Pro Football Talk "The Cowboys began the day without left tackle Tyron Smith, who is out after spraining his ankle against the Saints last week. They now are without right tackle La'el Collins. Collins entered the game questionable with a back injury. He returned to practice..." October 06

  • Cowboys’ OT La’el Collins (back) likely to start in Week 5

    Sportsnaut "While the Dallas Cowboys will be without All-Pro left tackle Tyron Smith for Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers, it now appears likely that right tackle La’el Collins will play in Week 5. Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett announced to reporters on Friday that..." October 04

  • Cowboys, La'el Collins agree to five-year extension

    NFL.com "The Dallas Cowboys got another contract done for a player not named Ezekiel Elliott, Dak Prescott or Amari Cooper. The team agreed to terms on a five-year extension with offensive tackle La'el Collins, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported,..." September 03

  • Report: Cowboys close to long-term extension with OL La’el Collins

    Larry Brown Sports "The Dallas Cowboys are still trying to hammer out a contract extension with Ezekiel Elliott so they can have the star running back on the field in Week 1, but they continue to take care of other players in the meantime. The Cowboys and offensive tackle La’el Collins are close to..." September 03

  • La’el Collins wants to finish his career in Dallas

    Pro Football Talk "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..." July 11