The Cowboys have had discussions with the Texans about moving next week’s scheduled preseason game between the teams from Houston to Arlington in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
ESPN reported Cowboys executive Stephen Jones has been in contact with his Texans counterparts about the possibility. According to the Houston Chronicle, no decisions have been made and both teams are continuing to monitor the situation.
“Following a review, we concluded there was insufficient evidence to support a finding that there was a violation of the personal conduct policy,” league spokesman Brian McCarthy said in a statement.
Lee got into an argument with his girlfriend at Governors Ball Music Festival on Randall’s Island in New York earlier this summer before forcibly being pulled away by Williams, who was trying to keep the peace. A bystander captured the confrontation on video and shared it on Twitter.
Jets coach Todd Bowles said after the incident that Lee would not be reprimanded by the team.
Lee, 22, was selected by the Jets with the No. 20 overall pick of the 2016 NFL Draft and recorded 73 tackles in 13 games as a rookie last season.
Joeckel was a bust at both tackle and guard for the Jaguars, which put him firmly in reclamation project territory. The going rate for those players is around $3 million with about $1.5 million guaranteed, which made Joeckel’s contract shocking at $8 million. More shocking was that the contract came from the Seahawks, who have traditionally bypassed spending on the line.