4 low-cost free agents Cowboys can sign to bolster the roster

These free agents could be on the Cowboys radar
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We are nearing the start of the new NFL season with free agency set to ramp up in mere hours. That means one thing for Dallas Cowboys fans — nothing.

Over the past several offseasons, the Cowboys front office has been incredibly frugal in free agency and while that can frustrate fans, it's hard to argue too much with their tactics. They've still built a roster good enough to win 36 games over the past three seasons. Sure, they haven't won it all but that doesn't mean it's time to blow it up or destroy the cap to add just one player.

Instead, look for them to again focus on filling holes on their roster with affordable players rather than big-name stars. With that being the case, here are four pending free agents who should be in their price range.

4. Nick Harris, C, Cleveland Browns

Dallas wanted to retain starting center Tyler Biadasz but it was discovered during the NFL Combine that his market was going to be higher than expected. That means he's likely going to earn more from another franchise than what the Cowboys can fit into their salary cap.

Losing Biadasz will be a tougher blow than many realize but there are a couple of solid options in the draft. The Cowboys could also set themselves up with a bridge starter such s Nick Harris.

A former fifth-round pick for the Cleveland Browns, Harris was slated to start in 2022 before a preseason injury sent him to the IR. He was replaced by Ethan Pocic, who never relinquished the job.

Harris is still slightly unknown but he had promise and was good enough for legendary O-line coach Bill Callahan to name the starter going into the season. That should be enough reason to bring him in as a potential replacement for Biadasz.