Dallas Cowboys: 6 free agent veterans that still make sense
With the draft now complete, the Dallas Cowboys can address any of their roster needs that still remain. Here are six current free agents that still make sense.
The Dallas Cowboys entered the 2019 NFL Draft with only six draft selections, having traded away their first and sixth round picks in previous transactions. Yet, they were able to maneuver themselves into landing eight drafted prospects and several quality undrafted rookies.
Still, the Cowboys were unable to find any real competition at some of their projected positions of need. They may look to address those voids in what remains of free agency. Here are six unsigned veterans who are currently on the open market that would make sense.
Eric Berry, S
The Cowboys brought in Berry for a visit prior to the draft, but a signing didn’t immediately result from it. It is possible Dallas simply doesn’t feel comfortable with the five-time Pro Bowler’s vast medical history. But those feelings may change now that the Cowboys failed to come away with a top-tier safety prospect in the draft. And Berry’s salary demands may have also softened post-draft.
Ndamukong Suh, DT
Suh did his own campaigning to join America’s Team recently, but his real job application was how well he played against the Cowboys in their postseason matchup against the Rams. The marriage between the two makes sense but a signing seems unlikely if the 32-year old wants anything close to the $14 million he received last season in Los Angeles.