Despite rumors and speculation that the Dallas Cowboys and linebacker Rolando McClain were parting ways, the Cowboys have re-signed the linebacker to a one-year deal that could be worth three million along with the chance to get one million dollars in playing time bonuses.
#Cowboys have agreed to contract with MLB Rolando McLain on deal worth $3M base and another $1M in play-time incentives. #Pats also offered
— Ed Werder (@WerderEdESPN) April 1, 2015
McClain had a surprise season for the Cowboys, as the 25 year-old linebacker had 87 tackles with 3 sacks in 13 games with the Cowboys last season that included 12 starts. McClain still faces a four game suspension for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy. McClain chose the Cowboys over the New England Patriots, who McClain met with earlier in the week.
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