Dallas Cowboys Biggest Issue is Depth; Entire Roster Graded

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May 10, 2013; Irving, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys tight end Gavin Escobar (89) catches a pass during the rookie minicamp at Dallas Cowboys Headquarters in Irving, TX. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Tight End: Jason Witten, Gavin Escobar, James Hanna, Dante Rosario, Colin Cochart, Andre Smith

Grade: A; It was clear after the draft that the Cowboys wanted to place an emphasis on tight end play. They drafted Escobar in the second round. And after the multiple surgeries to Rob Gronkowski  and the recent legal trouble of Aaron Hernandez, Dallas may have just replaced the New England Patriots as having the best tight end depth in the NFL. Hanna showed glimpses of potential last season and veteran free agent signee Rosario has good hands and could become a special teams’ beast.

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    Depth is usually a matter of good scouting and personnel management. Neither of these apparently exist in Dallas. The latter is the most glaring problem.

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