Cowboys Aldon Smith Conditionally Reinstated to NFL for 2020

Cowboys Aldon Smith Conditionally Reinstated to NFL for 2020

Cowboys’ Aldon Smith Conditionally Reinstated to NFL for 2020!

It’s been a fortuitous 2020 off-season for the Dallas Cowboys, all things considered, and now, Aldon Smith is back. Read on… reports that Dallas took a chance on Aldon Smith, signing the once-prolific pass rusher on a one-year deal just ahead of the 2020 NFL Draft.

With that said, a expectation that he’d be reinstated by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for the coming season.

Well, The Cowboys got their wish, with sources confirming to CBS Sports that Goodell has, in fact, reinstated Smith to the league on a conditional basis.

That’s right, Aldon Smith has been reinstated in to the NFL for 2020 but on a conditional basis.


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What does the Conditional basis mean exactly?

The Cowboys have staggered financially in a way that motivates him to continue walking the right path, rewarding him with added payouts for showing up to training camp as well as preseason games, and he’d have to be viable enough to make the team’s final roster in order to land the full guaranteed payout of $2 million, according to CBS Sports who reported it first.

This is great news for Aldon and the Cowboys. Smith, who agreed to a deal with the Cowboys on April 1, hasn’t seen an NFL season since he appeared for the then Oakland Raiders in nine games in 2015.

Basically, Aldon has a shot at proving himself in the NFL, and for two coaches in Jim Tomsula and Mike McCarthy who believe he can make it happen.

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