Cowboys add undrafted players

IRVING, Texas – Jerry Jones loves to talk about the success the Cowboys have had over the years with undrafted free agency.

The owner and general manager said he anticipated as many as 27 signings because of the recently-announced expansions of rosters to 90 for training camp.

Jones announced the signing of Memphis guard Ronald Leary during the post-draft press conference. According to sources, the Cowboys have also come to deals with South Florida running back Darrell Scott, North Texas running back Lance Dunbar, SMU wide receiver Cole Beasley, Texas A&M cornerback Lionel Smith, N.C. State tight end George Bryan, Penn State tight end Andrew Szcrerba and Arkansas cornerback Isaac Madison.

More updates: Prairie View A&M defensive end Adrian Hamilton (Dallas Carter high school), Abilene Christian defensive end Aston Whiteside and Michigan free safety Troy Woolfolk. Woolfolk is the son of former Houston Oilers, Detroit Lions and New York Giants running back Butch Woolfolk.

The team will announce the signings once the contracts are signed and returned.

The Cowboys will host a rookie mini-camp next weekend.

Check back for updates to this post.