He was the third safety to visit with the Cowboys last week.
The Cowboys are finally adding a veteran safety.
Entering his eighth season in the NFL, Iloka has played in 99 games and started 79 of those.
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The Raiders added one former Bengals defender earlier this week. The free agent safety agreed to a contract less than 24 hours after after his initial meeting with the team.
Iloka, 28, played one of his lesser campaigns for the Minnesota Vikings this past season, where he recorded 14 solo tackles and one forced fumble in 16 games.
More importantly, it has allowed the Cowboys to continue their plan of addressing trouble areas in free agency so they don't have to force a need in the 2019 NFL Draft and take the best player available.
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