Dallas Cowboys Offseason 2016 What Is One Move You Wish The Cowboys' Had Made
The dead period is upon us but for the majority of Cowboys' fans,Julian Edelman Jersey it seems like it's been an eternity since we've seen any football. As the Cowboys closed out their mandatory minicamp as well as their 30+ year stay at Valley Ranch, we have another five weeks before the Cowboys report to Oxnard,Richard Sherman Jersey California for training camp.
It's been a long offseason that started right about the time Tony Romo injured his collarbone for the second time and ruined all of our Thanksgivings. We've seen the front office's approach to the offseason,Ben Roethlisberger Jersey some questions have been answered, some haven't been, and other questions have been raised as a result.Andy Dalton Jersey Before we move forward, it's important to look back. So,Patrick Peterson Jersey we ask if given all the information you know now, how would you have changed the Cowboys' dealings this offseason?
It can literally be any move that was made throughout the NFL landscape.Aqib Talib Jersey Maybe it was a free agent that you thought the Cowboys' should have easily done that deal. It could be a draft pick that you wish they would have considered. Just about anything that you could think of can apply here.Dez Bryant Jersey All that we ask is that it makes sense. I'll give three examples that I would have thought made sense for the Cowboys' and I'll rank them by importance.
Dallas has been looking for an upgrade but has been turned away at every corner,Jason Pierre-Paul Jersey pun so intended. They re-signed Morris Claiborne and reached a reduced salary agreement with Brandon Carr. Still,Jordy Nelson Jersey the Cowboys have been interested in the cornerback market having spoken with Brandon Boykin recently. Like the defensive line, there are some questions surrounding this bunch too.Greg Olsen Jersey
Orlando Scandrick, their best cornerback, is recovering from a torn ACL and PCL from last training camp. Claiborne and Carr have been discussed this offseason as potential redemption candidates. The facts are that Mo' has only proven to be a serviceable cornerback in the NFL after being selected sixth-overall in the 2012 Draft. Carr hasn't had a single takeaway in two seasons. If both those guys can step us that surely they will feel pretty good about what they have. However, what they have hasn't cut the mustard as of late and there is no overwhelming evidence that it ever will, though I have been rather optimistic recently with what we've been hearing out of practices with no pads.