Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Cowboys agree with seventh rounder
By Todd Archer
SAN ANTONIO -- The Cowboys have their first agreement in place with a draft pick. Seventh-rounder Bill Nagy, a center/guard from Wisconsin, has agreed to a four-year deal, leaving seven players left to get under contract.
Nagy will receive base salaries of $375,000, $465,000, $555,000 and $645,000 from 2011-14.
Nagy, 6-3, 318 pounds, is a versatile lineman because he can play all three interior spots and he also lined up some last year as a tight end in short-yardage situations. As a senior he started at center, guard and tight end for the Badgers after a scooter accident limited him to three games as a junior.
Nagy will likely be battling with Phil Costa for one of the backup jobs along the interior.