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The Cowboys have expressed an interest in keeping their starting right tackle, who struggled at times in 2012. Or they could release Free and save $7 million on the salary cap. Another option would be to offer him a pay cut to remain with the team.
"Really nothing to talk about, right now," Free said after participating in a charity home run derby at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. "A lot going on.
"I'm just happy to be here ... but you never know what might happen."
The Cowboys have expressed interest in several tackles, but only Eric Winston remains on the free agent market.
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Starting right tackle Doug Free said there was nothing to talk about concerning his future with the Dallas Cowboys on Wednesday.The Cowboys have expressed an interest in keeping their starting right tackle, who struggled at times in 2012.