With free agency on the horizon, we take a look at the Cowboys needs in the upcoming season, and which ones they should address with free agents.
The Dallas Cowboys will lose seventeen players to unrestricted free agency when the new league year rolls around.
That number becomes sixteen when you factor that linebacker Rolando McClain essentially wasn’t on the team this season.
On top of that, seven of those players were starters in the 2016 campaign.
With all of those departures, the Cowboys are left with some pretty large holes to fill.
Let’s break them down, and figure out where the ‘Boys should focus come March.
The Cowboys are only set to lose one offensive lineman from their 2016 squad, Ronald Leary.
While he started in 2016, the Cowboys have a succession plan in place for him.
They still have La’el Collins under contract for another year, and he is the favorite to take the spot.
The Cowboys probably don’t need to spend any money on lineman this year.