Cowboys Cut Long Snapper

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) _ The Dallas Cowboys today cut rookie Jon Condo and replaced him with L.P. Ladouceur (LAD'-uh-ser). Coach Bill Parcells says Dallas had too many balls on the ground. Condo is a free agent from Maryland who won the job in training camp over veteran Jeff Robinson. Robinson has since signed with St. Louis. Parcells gambled on the unproven rookie to save about one (M) million dollars and in hopes of developing a long-term replacement. But Condo made a low snap against Washington on a missed field goal early in a 14-to-13 loss, then did it again following a touchdown in a 34-to-31 victory over San Francisco. Ladouceur is an undrafted rookie from Cal who went to training camp with New Orleans. If Condo clears waivers, he could return to Dallas on the practice squad. The Cowboys on Sunday will visit Oakland.