by Chris Burke
Go figure: The Cowboys finally make a solid, uncontroversial personnel move, and it barely registers a blip on the radar screen. While the football world is still working to come to grips with Terrell Owens' release (and, to a far lesser extent, Roy Williams' release), Dallas snuck into the free agent market and pulled defensive end Igor Olshansky out of San Diego.
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According to the Dallas Morning News, Olshansky's deal is worth $18 million over four years -- or two years and $24 million less than what former Cowboy DE Chris Canty got from the Giants. Olshansky is guaranteed $8 million on his contract.