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April 30, 2011

Wisconsin offensive lineman closes draft for Cowboys

Wisconsin's Bill Nagy, a 300-pound offensive lineman who played in the Rose Bowl against TCU, was the eighth and final pick for the Dallas Cowboys, and their third offensive-line pick of the three-day draft, joining tackle Tyron Smith (first round) and center David Arkin (fourth).

Nagy was the 49th pick of the seventh and final round, and No. 252 overall.

He started late in the year for Wisconsin at center, and showed his versatility with a start at tight end against Ohio State.

Now comes the indecision about free-agent signings for undrafted players. How will that be handled during the lockout?



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