NFL: Demarcus Lawrence feels blessed to be a Cowboy for life

With a fairly weak 2021 season in the National Football League (NFL), and after the departure of Amari Cooper to the cleveland brownsand the release of La’el Collins by the Dallas Cowboys, DeMarcus Lawrence he felt his days were numbered with the Texas franchise.

However, this was not the case, since just over a week ago, the Cowboys granted him a contract extension for 3 years in exchange for 40 million dollarssomething that was highly valued by the defensive end.

Being a cowboy for life is always a dream. I was blessed with the opportunity to do so. There is no reason why I would go against my aspirations and dream of being a cowboy for life.Lawrence said Thursday, via Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News.

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The previous year was marked by injuries for Lawrence, who could only play in 7 games, but there is no doubt that being healthy, the defensive specialist is an indispensable player.

Demarcus Lawrence adds 2 picks to Pro Bowl (2017/2018), as well as a selection to the second best team All-Pro (2017), with statistics of 48.5 sacks for life, and scoring 25 only in 2017 and 2018, his best years as a professional.

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Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network announced that with Lawrence’s new contract, he became the first defensive end to have a guaranteed contract during his first 8 seasons.

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NFL: Demarcus Lawrence feels blessed to be a Cowboy for life