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May 15, 2014

Cowboys get deal done with seventh-rounder Terrance Mitchell, too

The Cowboys now have three of their five seventh-round picks agreed to terms. Oregon cornerback Terrance Mitchell, the 254th overall pick, will sign a four-year deal, according to a source.

He joins Stanford defensive lineman Ben Gardner and Texas Tech linebacker Will Smith as other seventh-round picks who have agreed to four-year deals with the Cowboys.

All three received $2.2 million deals over the four years, with minimum base salaries of $420,000 in 2014.

The Cowboys, who have a $5.792 million rookie pool, have six picks left to sign.

Mitchell intercepted seven passes and defensed 32 passes in his three seasons at Oregon. He will compete for a backup job behind Brandon Carr, Orlando Scandrick and Morris Claiborne.

-- Charean Williams


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