3 moves the Cowboys need to make after the 2022 NFL Draft

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2. Sign and/or Trade for a Veteran Cornerback

With the possibility of charges or suspension looming for 2021 second-round pick Kelvin Joseph, this front office needs to make sure they have an insurance policy on the roster if Joseph were to have either happen to him before or during the season. Dallas did take a cornerback in the fifth round and still has Nahshon Wright who came on strong last season, but one injury along with the loss of Joseph would make this team very thin at cornerback.

To prevent this, the front office needs to make sure that they are scouring the waiver wire and making calls for players who could be cut in order to make a trade. This secondary took a nice step forward last season and that helped to build their confidence considerably. The Cowboys can’t afford to have a plummet back down to where it was in seasons past to halt their growth.

A nice veteran piece would give these younger players a voice in the room that has experienced situations in games and can share what he has learned while also giving this unit depth in case of injury or suspension.