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Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
PHILADELPHIA -- As he walked off the field Sunday, Cowboys defensive tackle Tank Johnson crowed about being a free agent. Never mind that Jerry Jones was the one owner willing to take a chance on the trouble-maker who wore out his welcome in Chicago.
Inside linebacker Zach Thomas was far more gracious with his potential exit. He doesn't see himself re-signing with the Cowboys because he hasn't been at his natural middle linebacker spot.
"It's hard to do something for 12 years, play a position and then change and try to make it work," he said."I'm a little outside my comfort zone switching positions. But when you've got a guy like Bradie James at Mike who's All Pro and had a great year...I just feel like I gotta be fair to myself. I don't regret any of it."