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January 11, 2008

Larry Allen back with Cowboys?

Is Larry Allen returning to the Cowboys?

No, not really.

The former Cowboys lineman is contemplating retirement. The 14-year veteran played his first 12 seasons with Dallas and the past two seasons with San Francisco.

According to a published report, Allen might want to retire as a Cowboy by signing a ceremonial one-day contract with Dallas in the same way Emmitt Smith did to end his career.

If Allen chooses to retire as a Cowboy, it probably won't happen until sometime during the off-season because of the logistics of signing a one-day contract with Dallas.

Mac Engel

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As it should be. LA was absolutely the centerpiece of a bunch of great offensive lines when he was here and I would love to see him benching 700lbs and Rocket Ismail one last time before he turns outthe lights. He's a first ballot HOF'er IMO.

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