IRVING, Texas — (AP) - The Dallas Cowboys have decided to release several high-priced players.
Running back Marion Barber, receiver Roy Williams, right guard Leonard Davis and kicker Kris Brown were told they would be cut when the league allows that on Thursday, multiple people familiar with the decisions told The Associated Press.
The people spoke on condition of anonymity because the team had not made any announcements.
The moves will save the Cowboys about $16.6 million in salary cap room.
Removing Davis clears $6 million, Williams another $5 million, Barber $4.75 million and Brown $910,000.