Two Defensive Roster Moves That May Haunt the Cowboys

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Jul 31, 2014; Oxnard, CA, USA; Dallas Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain (55) at training camp at the River Ridge Fields. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The Dallas Cowboys are always in the headlines because we’re America’s Team. Earlier in the offseason, the biggest concern was the absence of Kyle Orton, our backup quarterback, from organized team activities (OTA’s). Sean Lee‘s unfortunate knee injury and the addition of Rolando McClain as Lee’s possible replacement was the only real news for Cowboy Nation. The big buzz this week is the addition of defensive end Michael Sam to the practice squad.

The addition of Sam isn’t the most questionable personnel move that occurred this offseason. I’m not focusing on the addition of a player to the practice squad. The beauty of the NFL roster is that it’s an ever-changing piece of art that’s constantly striving for perfection. Let’s review two defensive offseason roster moves that may come back to haunt the Cowboys.

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