- Calvin Watkins, ESPN Staff Writer
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The Cowboys will receive a visit from safety Brodney Pool, according to a source.
Pool played for the New York Jets the last two seasons and was credited with four quarterback hurries, three pass breakups and one interception last season.
Pool, however, played with Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan with the Cleveland Browns in the 2009 season. Under Ryan, Pool had a career-high four interceptions and also had 10 pass breakups.
A second-round pick from Oklahoma by the Browns, Pool is a native of Corpus Christi, Texas. If he signs, it could signal the end of Abram Elam's brief time with the Cowboys. He played one season with Dallas and wasn't offered a contract when the season was over.