The Top-5 Moves The Dallas Cowboys Must Make In The Offseason

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Nov 24, 2013; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin (19) is unable to catch a pass against New York Giants strong safety Antrel Rolle (26) during the game at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

Free Agent moves:

The Dallas Cowboys have some big moves to make in the free-agency period this year. Now with little cap room, they will have to be frugal shoppers and they might have to be cutthroat with some of their own players. Letting go of players like receivers Miles Austin and defensive tackle Jason Hatcher will be smart because they will cost too much money for their age and production. Keeping defensive end Anthony Spencer might be a good move to keep, he is coming off knee surgery and that might lower his price on the free market. As the fans saw this year, the defensive line needs all the help they can get.

On the buyer’s market, a name that might be a great addition for the Cowboys is defensive tackle Henry Melton.  A dominant player that grew up in the Dallas area, who loves playing for Cowboys defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli, and is coming off knee surgery and an arrest during the season, might lower his price. The Cowboys might be willing to pay a little more for this type of player who can instantly make your d-line much better.  Another player that they could go for is receiver Robert Meachem, a player that can come here cheap and give you a veteran’s presence in an already young receiving corp.

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