NFL Draft 2011: Dallas Cowboys Address Offensive Needs In Final Rounds

The Dallas Cowboys wrapped up the 6th and 7th rounds of the 2011 NFL Draft by drafting three offensive players. The team took wide receiver Dwayne Harris of East Carolina in the sixth and picked up Georgia running back Shaun Chapas and Wisconsin center Bill Nagy in the final round.

Overall, the Cowboys took three offensive linemen, two running backs, a linebacker and one defensive back. Dallas could have done more to address the secondary, but they are one of the rumored front-runners for free agent corner Nnamdi Asomugha’s services.

What do you think of the Cowboys draft class overall? Who did the team pass over that you think they will regret?

Topics: 2011 NFL Draft, Bill Nagy, Dallas Cowboys, Dwayne Harris, NFL, NFL Draft, Shaun Chapas

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