Right handle La’el Collins has consented to some $50m contract expansion with the Dallas Cowboys. According to multiple sources, the price includes $35m which is the amount in the league for a tackle. Despite Amari Cooper, Ezekiel Elliott and skill-position trio Dak Prescott looking for paydays of the own – with the holdout of Elliott appearing like it will last into the season – yet another young starter was wrapped up by the Cowboys by extending Collins’ bargain and solidifying their line. In August, they passed out a $64m contract to linebacker Jaylon Smith. Collins, 26, signed as an undrafted free agent from LSU after NFL teams passed on him at the draft times after he had been questioned in a former girlfriend’s murder – although not being a suspect. By the time the investigation showed Collins was not involved, he had been already a member of the Cowboys’ roster, signing a three-year, $1.5Zero arrangement. Owner Jerry Jones guaranteed to redo that initial deal, also followed through with a two-year, $15.4m contract in 2017. Collins began his NFL career but has tipped this line’s correct side for a bookend to All-Pro Tyron Smith on the left side. Read more here: http://tsllibya.com/?p=18323