This signing reminds me alot like Aaron Glenn's from last year. I've definetly heard him alot from you guys over here, can anyone fill me in on him? BY CLARENCE E. HILL JR. STAR-TELEGRAM STAFF WRITER IRVING - The Cowboys have agreed to terms with former Houston Texans safety Marcus Coleman. Coleman, a former cornerback who moved to safety, is a step toward addressing the teams wish for a true free safety to play opposite strong safety Roy Williams. Safety is still a position the Cowboys might consider in the draft. They brought in two safety prospects - Texas Michael Huff and Tennessees Jason Allen - for visits on Monday and Tuesday. Both are potential first-round draft choices. While the Cowboys would have to make a major trade to move up to get Huff, who is considered a top 10 pick, Allen could be there when the Cowboys pick at No. 18. However, the signing of Coleman and the re-signing of 2005 starter Keith Davis means that the Cowboys dont have to reach to address a need in the draft. They can accept the pick or the deals that come to them. Joining the Cowboys is a homecoming for Coleman, who played at Lake Highlands High School before starring at Texas Tech and becoming a fifth-round pick of the New York Jets in 1996. He will be reunited in Dallas with Cowboys coach Bill Parcells and cornerback Aaron Glenn. He played under Parcells with the Jets. He played with Glenn with the Jets and Texans. The 10-year veteran played cornerback for the first eight years of his career before moving to free safety in 2004 with the Texans. He has started 27 games at free safety in the past two years. Colemans addition continues a busy off-season for the Cowboys who have now signed a club-record eight free agents, including receiver Terrell Owens, guard Kyle Kosier, tackle Jason Fabini, linebacker Akin Ayodele, linebacker Rocky Boiman, kicker Mike Vanderjadt and tight end Ryan Hannam.