Dallas Cowboys Free Agents: The Final Word

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Dec 15, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys defensive end Edgar Jones (55) reacts on the bench after the game against the Green Bay Packers at AT&T Stadium. The Packers beat the Cowboys 37-36. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

–DE Edgar Jones- Jones was not much of a contributor this season.  He contributed mainly on special teams so I don’t see him coming back so the Cowboys can upgrade the position.  He had five tackles in seven games, so he is expendable.  Final word: Let him go.

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Tags: Anthony Spencer Brian Waters Dallas Cowboys Danny McCray Ernie Sims Jason Hatcher Jerry Jones Jon Kitna

  • SmartThinking

    If Waters wants to come back, great! Dump the rest and start over fresh for less money.

  • ctcowboy1968

    Did you have to include Kitna on this list? He did us a favor. No need to say let him go. If Waters comes back great. Definitely let Hatcher walk. He is only in it for the money and probably has a gross over inflation of what he is worth. Let Spencer test the market and set a price for himself. Only take him back if he is cheap. There’s too much risk with this unmotivated player. I like Sims, but he is a back up since he is to small to hold his ground in the NFL.

    • Old Frog

      My thought exactly. Sounded a little harsh. I think Kitna’s a class act (no pun intended).

      • SmartThinking

        Well, excuuuuuuuuse me! Didn’t mean to sound hardcore. How’s this: ” place the flat of your hand in the middle of their back and thank them profusely for their contributions as you firmly guide them to the doorway.” Works for me.

        • Old Frog

          LOL. Never occurred to me Kitna would even be considered to remain after the end of the season and therefore would never show up on a list like this.

          • SmartThinking

            I like Belichik’s approach to hiring and firing. After all, players are getting paid a lot more money than they’d make on the street right out of college. In real life, getting the chop isn’t pretty.