The way the Dallas Cowboys offseason has gone, this news shouldn't surprise anyone. Earlier today, the Cowboys signed a 3 year 1.65 million dollar deal with LSU offensive tackle La'El Collins. Collins was expected to be selected in the first round of last week's NFL Draft. No NFL team drafted him because he was wanted for questioning by police in the murder of his ex-girlfriend.

After he spoke to the police, Collins was let go and is not a suspect in the death of his ex-girfriend.

Collins is the latest controversial player the Cowboys have added to their roster. Last week they drafted Nebraska defensive end Randy Gregory who failed a marijuana drug test before the NFL combine. They also signed defensive end Greg Hardy who is suspended for 10 games in the upcoming season due to domestic violence.

If both Collins and Gregory pan out, this could be the one of the biggest steals of all time.