4. Jason Peters, OT
If you squint, you can envision a world where the Cowboys re-sign Peters to be their backup swing tackle. If you open your eyes, though, you can envision a world where Peters, who turned 41 Sunday and is rehabbing another injury, takes up retirement after he went unsigned for almost the entire offseason.
That’s not to say Peters is no longer a serviceable lineman. Far from it, actually. Over 135 pass-blocking snaps, Peters allowed just 11 pressures, one sack, and one QB hit, all the while not committing a single penalty, per PFF.
The future Hall of Famer was indispensable helping the Cowboys overcome Tyron Smith’s season-long injury. He held down the fort at right tackle after Terence Steele went down with an ACL tear and started the Wild Card game against the Buccaneers at left tackle before leaving with a hip injury.
Most Cowboys fans would like Peters back, but it’s far more likely Dallas looks to a more youthful alternative to fill their swing tackle void.