FRISCO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – The Dallas Cowboys and free agent safety George Iloka have agreed on a one-year deal, ESPN’s Todd Archer reports.

The former Minnesota Viking had met with the team on Friday but left the meeting without a deal in place. However, it seems both sides agreed on a one-year deal Saturday.

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With the reported deal, the Cowboys have added depth at the safety position that was a lingering question heading into free agency. Last season, safeties Jeff Heath and Xavier Woods led the committee.

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Iloka joins Dallas after spending last season with the Vikings and six seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals. He has nine interceptions and three forced fumbles for his career.

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The Cowboys had previously interviewed free agent safeties Clayton Geathers and Eric Berry. Geathers decided to take a one-year deal to remain with the Indianapolis Colts.