Dallas Cowboys headlines: Byron Jones to corner, Emmanuel Sanders

ARLINGTON, TX - OCTOBER 08: Martellus Bennett
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Will the Dallas Cowboys move Byron Jones to corner? And could receiver Emmanuel Sanders be a free agent target? Those topics and more are covered in today’s headlines.

It’s that time of the offseason for the Dallas Cowboys. Speculation about roster changes, possible free agent adds and the upcoming draft are at all-time highs. And those topics dominate today’s headlines.

Should Byron Jones be shifted from safety back to corner? Is Denver Broncos’ wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders a possible target for Dallas in free agency? And what’s the one position that must be addressed in the draft? Let’s dive in to today’s hottest takes.

Cowboys contemplate moving Byron Jones back to cornerback – ESPN.com

The addition of former Seattle Seahawks’ defensive coordinator Kris Richard to the coaching staff seems to have made this move for Jones more of a reality than ever. And it’s one I believe the Cowboys should make in order to try and save the former first rounder’s career in Dallas.

Dallas Cowboys: Should the Cowboys trade for Emmanuel Sanders? – Sport DFW

Breaking news: Emmanuel Sanders may want to play for the Cowboys. Not so breaking news: So does nearly every other possible free agent. But the truth is, players, like the 30-year old Sanders are also looking for a hefty contract. And just because you are a Cowboys fan doesn’t make it any more likely to sign with America’s Team. Not unless you are willing to give them a major discount.

Dallas Cowboys: 5 lingering questions heading into the NFL draft – The Landry Hat

There are many lingering questions right now. But Michael’s first is questioning Dallas’ decision to draft defensive end Taco Charlton over T.J. Watt last year. For me, Watt was the obvious choice and proved it during his rookie year. If I were Dallas, I’d second guess my ability to evaluate defensive line talent, especially in the first round.

The one position Cowboys absolutely can’t leave the draft without real improvement – Dallas Morning News

This one is based on free agency. But if Anthony Hitchens leaves Dallas this offseason, the position of linebacker suddenly becomes paramount. Although I don’t think they need to address it in the first three rounds, a promising late round find, like Hitchens was originally, may be in order.

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Former Cowboy Lincoln Coleman found safe – Pro Football Talk

Finally, we follow up the report from yesterday about former Cowboys fullback Lincoln Coleman being missing since last Friday. Coleman has now been found. Details about his reappearance were not divulged, but it’s simply good to know he’s back home, safe and sound.