Cowboys sign second-round pick DE Lawrence

 

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Irving, TX (SportsNetwork.com) - The Dallas Cowboys signed defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence to a four-year contract on Wednesday.

Dallas traded their 47th overall pick in the second round and their No. 78 pick in the third round to Washington to move up to No. 34 overall for Lawrence.

Lawrence finished with 10.5 sacks and 20.5 tackles for loss in his junior season at Boise State. The year prior, he posted 9.5 sacks, giving him a total of 20 in two seasons with the Broncos.

Dallas now has all nine of its 2014 draft picks signed.

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