Former Michigan football CB Jourdan Lewis re-signs with Dallas Cowboys


America’s player will remain on America’s team.

We may be embellishing on one of those titles, but former Michigan football cornerback and All-American Jourdan Lewis is certainly a fan favorite in Ann Arbor as well as in Dallas. The Wolverines standout has continued to outlast many of his 2017 NFL draft compatriots in the pro-ranks and he’s done so with the team that drafted him in the third round that year. Even as other defensive backs have come and go from the Dallas Cowboys, Lewis has continued to be a mainstay.

And he’ll continue to stay — at least for one more year.

According to multiple reports, the Cowboys have re-signed Lewis to a one-year, $2.8 million deal, which is fully guaranteed.

Lewis reacted to the news that he’ll be starting his eighth year with the franchise in a way that only he could:

Lewis was an integral part of the Cowboys season in 2023, having started eight games while he made 52 tackles and one interception. He’s managed to snag at least one interception every year he’s played in the NFL except for in the 2020 season, with his most productive year coming in 2021 when he managed three picks.



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