Cowboys sign potential starting safety, Alan Ball

The Dallas Cowboys have signed defensive back Alan Ball, whose playing time figures to increase after the release of safety Ken Hamlin.
Terms were not released Wednesday. Ball has played in 28 games,
including three starts, over three seasons. He is listed as the
starter at free safety.
A seventh-round pick out of Illinois in 2007, Ball has 26
tackles and five pass breakups and has been a key special teams
player.
Hamlin was released this month after his numbers dropped off
from career highs of 102 tackles and five interceptions in 2007,
the first of his three seasons in Dallas.


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  • by cowboysfan Location: texas on Apr 29, 2010 at 12:39 PM
    I have to agree with Homey. Alan Ball at best is a special teams player. Not a starting safety. Give it up JJ and go get a free agent to take Hamlin's place.
  • by Homey D Clown on Apr 29, 2010 at 06:12 AM
    If Alan Ball starts at safety get ready for a long season. Go out and get a free agent you rich, stretched-face owner/gm.
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