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New USA Today mock draft sends Cowboys to LSU for first round corner

If fans notice a trend towards giving the Cowboys secondary help in most mock drafts, they aren’t mistaken. The latest mock draft to suggest this comes from… 400 more words

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Should the Cowboys be searching for a free agent safety?

After losing both Barry Church and J.J. Wilcox in free agency, the Cowboys have a clear hole at safety. With those two off the roster, Jeff Heath is now the most tenured safety the Cowboys possess and he’s been a back-up and special teams players for the bulk of his career. 251 more words

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Cowboys down another safety, lose JJ Wilcox to Tampa Bay

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Just as Dallas locked up one of their 2013 third round draft picks to a second contract, they lose another one. It was announced Saturday morning that safety JJ Wilcox will sign with the Buccaneers. 393 more words

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2017 Free Agency: Cowboys set to lose S Barry Church to Jacksonville

The Cowboys groomed him, and are now preparing to lose him. Free agent safety Barry Church is reportedly on his way to signing a four-year free agent contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars. 200 more words

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Quick look at two intriguing first-round safety prospects for Cowboys

Much of the offseason discussion has been around the Cowboys finding an elite pass rusher. Recent history shows the team will not use free agency for major upgrades and will build their team through the draft. 545 more words

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2017 Free Agency: Could Brandon Carr make $10 million a year again?

Many expect Cowboys CB Brandon Carr to be an affordable option to return to Dallas. The nine-year veteran didn’t come close to playing up to his five-year, $50.1 million contract he signed when he joined the club in 2012. 335 more words

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2017 Free Agency: Projecting APY cutoffs for compensatory picks in '18

The NFL set it’s salary cap to $167 million for the 2017 season. That’s roughly a 7.7% increase in space from 2016’s number of $155.27 million. 645 more words

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