The Fort Worth Star-Telegram expects the impasse between the Cowboys and RT Doug Free to be resolved by Tuesday.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Cowboys are "playing hardball" with RT Doug Free, and still requesting a "substantial" pay cut.
After Tyson Clabo's signing in Miami, the Cowboys are likely to keep RT Doug Free.
According to ESPN Dallas, the Cowboys will release RT Doug Free with a post-June 1 designation if he does not accept a pay cut before then.
Cowboys owner/GM Jerry Jones said Doug Free's status with the team will be determined after the draft.
ESPN's Ed Werder believes the Cowboys' interest in free agent RT Eric Winston may just be a leverage ploy to force RT Doug Free into a pay-cut.
The Cowboys are reportedly asking RT Doug Free to take a pay cut so they can sign free agent Eric Winston.
Sources tell ESPN Dallas that Cowboys RT Doug Free's contract won't be restructured.
Cowboys RT Doug Free will restructure his contract.
Cowboys VP Stephen Jones was noncommittal Monday when asked about RT Doug Free's future, or lack thereof, in Dallas.
A source tells ESPN Dallas that OT Doug Free's roster spot is secure for now.
The Cowboys are considering moving OT Doug Free to guard.
Executive VP Stephen Jones says he "wouldn't rule [RT] Doug [Free] out."
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport believes Cowboys RT Doug Free's release isn't a foregone conclusion.