The Tony Pollard era is officially over in Texas as the former Dallas Cowboys running back has signed with the Tennessee Titans.

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According to the Dallas Cowboys official website, Pollard is expected to leave 'America's Team' to sign with the Tennesse Titans for a 3-year deal worth 24 million dollars.

The former Pro Bowler took over the running back role from another pro bowler Ezekiel Elliott. However, after jumping to the top of the depth chart, Pollard was injured in the playoff game loss to the San Francisco 49ers in 2023 and failed to produce the staggering numbers he had when backing up Elliott.

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Pollard, a fourth-round pick out of the University of Memphis, amassed almost 5,000 yards, scoring 28 touchdowns in only 5 years, 4 of those as a backup. While many Cowboys fans, including myself, saw a drastic decline in his statistics, the Titans believe Pollard, who's 26 years old, still has a lot of tread left on his tires.

I wonder if the writing is on the wall and this move opens the doors for the Cowboys to snag Derrick Henry from the Titans. I'd take that trade any day.

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