Tyrone Crawford

Updated March 25, 2021 at 4:54 PM CT

Cowboys veteran DL Tyrone Crawford retires

         Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy announced that defensive lineman Tyrone Crawford is retiring from the NFL after nine seasons with the Cowboys. 

Crawford was selected by the Cowboys in the third round in 2012 from Bosie State.

He played 112 games with 79 start while totaling 194 tackles and 25 sacks.

He appeared in 16 games, starting three, in 2020 and finished with 17 tackles, two sacks and 13 quarterback pressures.

Crawford tore his Achilles during training camp in 2013. He also had double hip surgery in 2019 that kept him out of 12 games that season.

The 31-year-old is an unrestricted free agent.



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