Andre James - Las Vegas Raiders
PFF Overall Grade: 9th out of 36 Centers
The Cowboys need to find themselves a center for the future, a center that has the ability to hold up against the more physical defensive tackles in the NFL because Tyler Biadasz just hasn't been able to. James could be a player that the Cowboys look at if they are looking to go outside and find someone to hold down the fort and take one in the upcoming draft. He's a physical center at the point of attack with the ability to get to the second level of the defense quickly in order to pick up his blocks.
He's also a solid pass protector, his ability to mirror defenders and carry his man is something that the Cowboys can use in the center of their offensive line. It would be a nice signing for Dallas if they are able to pry him away from the Raiders.
Lloyd Cushenberry III - Denver Broncos
PFF Overall Grade: 10th out of 36 Centers
A few years ago Cushenberry III wouldn't have sniffed this list for the Cowboys as he came into the league and wasn't performing at a high level. Things have changed for him the last two seasons and now Cushenberry III truly looks like an NFL center that can hold his own against both speed rushers and the bigger and stronger defensive tackles in the league. He does have deficiencies in run blocking, mainly his ability to pull and reach blockers at times but his pass blocking is something that can't be overlooked.
Cushenberry would give the Cowboys a veteran center that has seen just as much as Biadasz has with a better ability to block in the passing game and better run blocking that Biadasz has given the Cowboys since his arrival. The Cowboys are going to get another center this offseason, hopefully, it's someone who can replace what they have now.