INDIANAPOLIS – If the Cowboys want to re-sign Abram Elam to a new contract this offseason, they now know which agent is representing the veteran safety.
Elam has hired CAA’s Tom Condon as his representative after parting ways with Drew Rosenhaus late last season.
Elam signed a one-year deal with the Cowboys last year worth $2.5 million, including a $1.8 million signing bonus. Elam started every game in 2011 and finished second on the team in tackles with 79. He had four tackles for loss, a forced fumble and fumble recovery.
The Cowboys handed Gerald Sensabaugh a five-year contract extension late last season, however, they added Jerome Henderson as secondary coach, which could help in Elam’s return. Elam played for Henderson in Cleveland before joining the Cowboys.
Condon said he has not spoken with the Cowboys about a new deal.