Dallas Cowboys: Aaron Corp

Cowboys cut DL Price, QB Corp

May, 9, 2013
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IRVING, Texas – Signed in January as a nod to his status as a former second-round pick, defensive lineman Brian Price was waived (injured) by the Cowboys on Thursday.

Price was Tampa Bay’s second-round selection in 2010 but was slowed by pelvic injuries that required radical surgery. He was traded last year to Chicago but was cut and did not play in 2012. The Cowboys hoped he could fit into their new scheme, but the team decided to move on because of a shoulder injury. If he clears waivers, he would revert to the team's injured reserve list.

The Cowboys also waived quarterback Aaron Corp, who was signed Tuesday. The club needed an extra throwing arm for the on-field teaching sessions this week with Kyle Orton taking a few days off to attend to a personal matter.

Cowboys sign quarterback Aaron Corp

May, 7, 2013
The Dallas Cowboys signed quarterback Aaron Corp on Tuesday.

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Corp joins Tony Romo, Kyle Orton and Nick Stephens on the roster.

The Cowboys signed Corp as a camp body, but if he can make an impression, perhaps he can earn a spot on the 53-man roster.

Corp signed with the Buffalo Bills as an undrafted rookie free agent out of Richmond following the 2012 NFL draft. He was released in the spring of May 2012 and remained out of football until re-signing with Buffalo in February. The Bills released him again on April 29.

Corp played at USC in 2007 and redshirted. He was USC's third quarterback in 2008, appearing in five games, before winning the starting job in the spring of 2009. Corp cracked the top of his left fibula in fall camp that year and Matt Barkley won the starting job. Corp transferred to Richmond in 2010 and started the first five games before suffering a season-ending knee injury.

In 2011, Corp threw for 2,682 yards and 17 touchdowns. He set an NCAA FCS single-game record for completion percentage, completing 91.2 percent of his throws (31-of-34) against Towson State.