Cowboys fill defensive-line hole with Olshansky

To replace Chris Canty, who left for the New York Giants earlier this week, the Dallas Cowboys reached an agreement with free-agent defensive lineman Igor Olshansky.

Olshansky receives a four-year, $18 million deal, with $8 million guaranteed.

Olshansky comes from San Diego, where he played five seasons with the Chargers and had 179 tackles along with 11 sacks.

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