4 remaining free agents Cowboys should sign before it's too late

The NFL free-agent market still has plenty of compelling names.
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It is too late to question Jerry Jones's "all-in" quest? That mission failed spectacularly (though it never really got off the ground, but the Dallas Cowboys can still turn things around. Now that the free-agent pool has dwindled and that the NFL Draft festivities are over, now might be the time that the Cowboys feel comfortable to make some moves.

While there are not as many big names available that there were months ago, a few players could still come in and boost Dallas' odds of reaching the Super Bowl.

The asking price for free agents is markedly cheaper than it was at the start of the new league year. With all of this in mind, let's underline some players that the Cowboys should target before it's too late.

1. WR Hunter Renfrow

Hunter Renfrow was with the Las Vegas Raiders since he was drafted in 2019. In that span, Renfrow caught 17 touchdowns and three seasons with 650-plus receiving yards, including his career-best 2021 season when he racked up over 1,100 receiving yards.

Renfrow is a great route-runner and has reliable hands. The former Pro Bowler would give Dak Prescott another dependable weapon. Behind CeeDee Lamb and Brandin Cooks, the options at wide receiver leave a lot to be desired.

The only potential downside of signing Renfrow is that he isn't as effective when he isn't playing the slot. Lamb is unguardable in that position. Renfrow's limited route tree could cause some headaches, but Lamb's ability to play anywhere will help make it work.

Not to mention, Cooks is comfortable playing inside and out and depth receivers Jalen Tolbert and Jalen Brooks are both capable of playing along the sideline. Another playmaker at wide receiver could be what separates this offense from being really good to the best in the league.