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Tyron Smith has likely played his last game for the Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys appear likely headed toward a significant change on their offensive line with star left tackle Tyron Smith expected to play his 14th season elsewhere.

The initial discussions between Smith and the Cowboys appear to be heading in opposite directions concerning his salary.

Although that may be the case, team owner Jerry Jones aired an optimistic sentiment regarding the situation.

“We’ll get in there in the right way and discuss his business and work out something that’s good for both of us,” Jones said via ESPN. “He’s had a great career. He’s a Hall of Fame player. And not only that, his personal life is one of the great stories that I’ve been a part of with players, or coaches or anybody, commissioners or anybody in the NFL.

“So, where I’m going with this is to certainly get something that would have him on the field, I can’t tell you how good shape I thought we were in with him as we got into the playoffs and his health and where he was. Thought we were just where you want to be. And I gave a lot of credit to coach Mike McCarthy, him getting it pushed up there to where we had him just right as we went into the playoffs.”

Since the Cowboys drafted Smith in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft, he’s been a strong constant on the left side of the offensive line.

He’s struggled with injuries throughout the last few seasons, but he managed to put forth a strong 2023 campaign, where he earned a Second-Team All-Pro nod in 14 games played.

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There remains time for the Cowboys to resolve the situation before the start of free agency, but Smith may have likely played his last game with the franchise.

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