Should Doug Free Be Cut In The Off-Season?

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Oct 28, 2012; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) celebrates a touchdown with tackle Doug Free (68) in the third quarter against the New York Giants at Cowboys Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-US PRESSWIRE

Should Offensive Tackle Doug Free Be Cut In The Off-Season?

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Topics: Dallas Cowboys, Doug Free, Offensive Line, Right Tackle

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  • QSB

    FREE YES NEED TO BE CUT

  • bigg lee

    Nope need to need cut know

  • californy

    I believe we should cut JG and his staff first. I would only keep RR and Henderson & LB Coach.
    I believe with the right coach Doug Free career can be saved. It wont be easy nor will I wait on Doug Free any longer he will have to prove it next year when we get two new OG and a center and OT. I would move Doug Free to OG to save his NFL career, I would ask him to lose some weight to, he is to fat now.

  • bwall

    Free has been just awful this year. He has gotten beat abd beat badly by some average to slightly above average defensive lineman. Chalk this up to another player that cashed his huge payday and stink afterwards.

  • jeffhart2472

    I would cut Free ONLY if it is cap friendly.

    If he costs us too much to cut vs his salary, then I would move him to Guard and bring in another RT.

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