The Dallas Cowboys signed undrafted LSU guard La’el Collins to a three-year deal Thursday worth a reported $1.65 million. That means the Miami Dolphins, who sent a contingent of players to visit the prized rookie, will miss out on a prime opportunity to solidify their offensive line.
Collins, the All-American who was being considered by the Dolphins in the first round, went undrafted after his pregnant ex-girlfriend was murdered days before the draft.
Collins was never named a suspect or even a person of interest, but he wasn’t officially cleared by police, either.
Teams began pursuing him this week. He was wooed by the Buffalo Bills and Dolphins in...