INDIANAPOLIS -- Don't read too much into reports about the Dallas Cowboys meeting with certain players at the NFL scouting combine.
Why? Because the at least one member of the Cowboys organization will meet with all 300-plus players at the combine.
A Cowboys scout meeting with a prospect is simply the organization doing its normal due dilligence. It's a little different when Jerry Jones or Stephen Jones actually sit down with a potential draft pick.
Those meetings typically happen after scouting director Tom Ciskowski suggests that the Cowboys' top two decision-makers get to know a player.