The Cowboys will re-sign long snapper L.P. Ladouceur on Monday, Todd Archer of ESPN reports.

Ladouceur, 37, has never had a bad snap since joining the Cowboys in 2005. He also has never missed a game.
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Why it could work out with the Chiefs: Watkins, only 24, has undeniable talent and athleticism to blossom into a No. 1 receiver. Eight touchdown grabs in 39 receptions last year point to his big-play potential. And with second-year quarterback Patrick Mahomes鈥?deep-ball proficiency, Watkins could be in line for some explosive plays.

Why it didn鈥檛 work out with the Chiefs:聽He became one of the most productive corners in the NFL, picking off 19 passes in three seasons 鈥?more than any other player since he entered the league. His issues were聽run-ins with assistants and character issues, such as when he took himself out of one game (thinking he’d been ejected)聽for throwing a penalty flag into the stands.

Why it could work out with the Rams: Joining coordinator Wade Phillips鈥?scheme should only maximize Peters鈥?value. Pairing him with Aqib Talib creates a dangerous tandem. Phillips also has a history of getting players with character concerns to buy in.

McPhee, 29, has 31 sacks in his seven seasons. He spent his first four seasons in Baltimore after the Ravens made him a fifth-round pick.

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Xavier Woods Womens Jersey The Detroit Lions鈥?running game woes can be blamed on a number of factors, but one that has stood out the past couple of seasons is the lack of a truly dangerous back who threatens defenses.

No running back on the roster has shown the combination of above-average vision and athleticism that often sets apart lead backs in the NFL, the type of traits that can mask an underperforming scheme and inconsistent blocking.