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February 28, 2013

Cowboys announce five-year extension for long-snapper Ladouceur, restructurings of five contracts

The Cowboys announced a five-year contract extension for long-snapper L.P. Ladouceur, along with the restructured contracts of receiver Miles Austin, cornerback Brandon Carr, center Ryan Cook, linebacker DeMarcus Ware and tight end Jason Witten.

The restructured contracts are part of the Cowboys' efforts to get under the salary cap. Owner Jerry Jones said last week that the Cowboys were "challenged" by their salary cap situation.

Ladouceur joined the team in 2005 as a free agent out of California, before a Week 4 game at Oakland. He has snapped for 562 punts, 24 field goals and 341 extra points without incident for the Cowboys.

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Best man on the team!!!!!!!!!!

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