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Cowboys bring back fullback Tyler Clutts after 1st career TD in playoffs, release Jed Collins

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IRVING, Texas — The Cowboys have re-signed fullback Tyler Clutts and released fullback Jed Collins.

Clutts played all 16 games last season, with one start. He also had his first career touchdown in the playoffs, a 1-yard catch in the divisional round loss to Green Bay.

Dallas signed Clutts late in 2013 after he was released by Miami. He played in four games for the Cowboys that season.

The 30-year-old Clutts has played in 56 games with nine starts over four years, but still doesn't have a carry.

He spent three years in the CFL and elsewhere out of Fresno State before Cleveland signed him to its practice squad in 2010. He made his NFL debut with Chicago a year later.


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