1. Kareem Hunt
Unfortunately, the Cowboys have showed they aren't willing to look past off-field troubles when deciding whether to sign a player.
They famously signed the oft-suspended Aldon Smith with the hope of rescuing his career. Even more egregious was their decision to sign Greg Hardy, who at the time faced a suspension over allegations of throwing his then-girlfriend on a bed of semiautomatic firearms, choking and threatening to kill her, among other despicable acts.
Back in 2018, video showed Hunt shoving and kicking a woman in a Cleveland elevator. A budding star with the Chiefs, Hunt was eventually cut by Kansas City and suspended by the NFL before he signed with the Browns in 2019.
Speaking strictly from a football lens, Hunt would be a great get for Dallas. He showed the last three seasons playing behind Nick Chubb in Cleveland that he can produce as a secondary runner. His role as both a runner and receiver diminished last season, but there's still a quality back in there and he'd likely get more touches behind Pollard than as Chubb's No. 2.
Hunt has rushed for 4.5 yards per carry in his career and is comfortable catching passes out of the backfield and as a receiver out wide. He'd bring more power, explosion and versatility to the Cowboys offense, and that's really all they need.