La'el Collins wants to spend his entire career with the Cowboys
5 days ago - By Yardbarker
Cowboys offensive lineman La'el Collins is entering the final season of his contract, but if he has his way, he'll remain with the club for the foreseeable future, as he told Herbie Teope of The Advocate: “I would love to stay in Dallas my entire career. I love the Cowboys, I love Mr. Jones; I love the Jones family. I love everything about the whole organization and what they've done for me as a person and as a player. For me, it's just all about going out there and taking it one day at a time, and proving myself, proving my worth, showing them that I want to be there by what I do and now...
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