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.
La'el Collins sported his new swag, the white cleats with purple and gold trim and the LSU sweatpants that the Dallas Cowboys offensive tackle picked up on a Tuesday visit to his alma mater. The 6-foot-4, 320-pound Baton Rouge native once blocked his way onto the All-Southeastern Conference team during his senior year in 2014, becoming …
Dallas Cowboys tackle La’el Collins stood proudly Wednesday morning, overlooking about 200 children of various ages during his second annual summer youth football camp at Dutchtown High School. Collins actively engaged with a support staff, which included former LSU teammate and current NFL free-agent running back Jeremy Hill, in putting the children through a variety …
The next several months will be interesting for La'El Collins. It's been an offseason filled with Dallas Cowboys' players looking to mend themselves ahead of the coming 2019 season, which is one that'll be pivotal for many of them along with head coach Jason Garrett himself. Collins is one such talent that finds himself in both …
Dealing with several young talents’ contract situations, the Cowboys certainly may have to let a couple of their contract-year starters walk. One of those the team may be ready to stomach departing: La’el Collins. Dallas’ starting right tackle is already on his second NFL contract, and it expires after the season.
The Dallas Cowboys may not be done making roster moves after the draft. Could they be laying the ground work to move La’el Collins? https://showcase.shareasale.com/shareASale_liveWidget_loader.js?dt=03012019062637 shrsl_ShareASale_liveWid_Init(30669, 1565124, 'shrsl_ShareASale_liveWid_product12_populate');
Collins has scheme versatility as he’s played both left guard and right tackle for the Dallas Cowboys. He’s started every game for the Cowboys over the last two seasons and has improved dramatically each season. At just the age of 25, his best football is still ahead of him.
Two days after the 2015 NFL Draft, Baton Rouge police questioned Collins about a shooting death of his former girlfriend. Although the likely first-round pick was never a suspect in the homicide, his draft stock took a significant hit. Click here to continue reading.
Baton Rouge area native, former LSU Tiger Football standout and current Dallas Cowboy Offensive Lineman, La'el Collins has started a foundation to support children with disabilities in the Baton Rouge Community. To kickoff his foundation's work, he will be hosting two events in the Baton Rouge area in July. Click here to continue reading.
When La’el Collins entered the 2015 NFL Draft, he expected to be an early pick, as he was one of the top offensive linemen in the country. The Dallas Cowboys signed him as an undrafted free agent, though, and now he’s loving life with his NFL squad. Click here to continue reading.
Two former LSU players met for a jersey exchange after a battle on Monday Night Football. Read more.
Collins has entrenched himself as a linchpin on the Dallas Cowboys offensive line. Read more.
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