It's a good time to be a Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman.

Weeks after the Cowboys' stellar group of linemen were each rewarded with an iMac from running back DeMarco Murray, quarterback Tony Romo presented the big guys with another, more expensive gift.

With the team traveling to London this week to face the Jacksonville Jaguars, Romo gave each of his linemen and tight ends a Louis Vuitton bag:

"They're taking care of us this year," left guard Ronald Leary told ESPN. "We appreciate it."

The gifts reportedly set Romo back five figures:

That's just a drop in the bucket, however, for a man who recently signed a seven-year deal worth $119.5 million.

While Murray presented the offensive linemen with computers after breaking an NFL record by running for 100 yards in his team's first seven games, Romo's gifts came after the QB encountered a bit of adversity. Last Monday against the Redskins, Romo was sacked a season-high five times and took a knee to the back that forced him to sit out Sunday's home loss to the Arizona Cardinals.

On the whole, the Cowboys' offensive line has played stellar. After an Oct. 12 victory at Seattle, left tackle Tyron Smith became the first offensive linemen in a decade to be named NFC Offensive Player of the Week.

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