Fullback Deion Anderson's future in Dallas could be decided well before he has his day in court after being charged with misdeanor deadly conduct following an incident at an Addison restaurant a few weeks ago.
Anderson, who allegedly waived a gun at a valet employee, faces a sentence of up to a year in jail and a fine up to $4,000 for the misdemeanor deadly conduct charge.
The NFL is monitoring the incident as they do all legal cases. But the Cowboys may not wait until then.
Vice-president Stephen Jones said the team is discussing Anderson's future and could make a decision before the start of free agency March 5.
"I don't know what our time line on that is,'' Jones said. "He will obvioulsy be part of our discussion as we head toward the start of the league year.''
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