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The Dallas Cowboys cut Flozell Adams and free safety Ken Hamlin on Friday, according to the players’ agents.

Adams was due a $2.5 million roster bonus in June and a base salary of $5 million this season. Jordan Woy, Adams’ agent, confirmed that Adams has been released.

“Flo enjoyed his time in Dallas with his teammates and the Cowboys organization,” Woy said. “Now it is time to move on to a new team to continue his outstanding NFL career.”

Hamlin, meanwhile, was coming off an average season in which he finished with 74 tackles, no interceptions and four pass breakups. His agent, Kennard McGuire, confirmed that his client is being released.

“I would like to say to all my fans that I appreciate all the love that you have showed me in Dallas,” Hamlin said via his Twitter page. “It was a good run….. Thanks.”

Hamlin signed a one-year contract in 2007 after spending four seasons in Seattle. Hamlin earned his first Pro Bowl berth that year, compiling career highs in tackles (102) and interceptions (five). The Cowboys rewarded Hamlin with a six-year, $39 million contract.

Ken Hamlin and Adams did not appear for workouts scheduled for Friday at Valley Ranch