Dallas Cowboys Biggest Issue is Depth; Entire Roster Graded

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Jun 28, 2013; Berea, OH, USA; Dallas Cowboys player Travis Frederick directs kids through drills during a NFL Play 60 event during the NFC Rookie Symposium at the Cleveland Browns Training Facility. Mandatory Credit: Ron Schwane-USA TODAY Sports

Center: Phil Costa, Travis Frederick, Ryan Cook, Kevin Kowalski

Grade: B-; Costa is a passable center, when he’s not injured. The Cowboys drafted Frederick in the first round to be a starter at either center or guard. Although the Cowboys might consider playing the rookie and Costa side-by-side, it might be a better choice to have Costa in a back-up role. Cook did a decent job last season after coming over from Miami to fill-in at center, a position he had never actually played in the NFL. And Kowalski is simply a hard worker who has shown enough during training camps and pre-season play to stay on. All-in all, the Cowboys have more options at center than they have in the past few seasons.

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  • disqus_kLJwdEdnOL

    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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