Cowboys updated offensive line depth chart after taking Tyler Guyton

The Dallas Cowboys filled a massive hole on Thursday night
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As frustrating as the Dallas Cowboys front office can be in their approach to free agency, they do know what they're doing in the NFL Draft. Ever since Will McClay took a more prominent role in the selection process, the Cowboys have hit on the majority of their picks. On Thursday night, it appears they did so once again.

Dallas was slated to pick 24th overall but swung a trade with the Detroit Lions. They went down to the 29th pick where they landed Oklahoma offensive tackle Tyler Guyton. Not only has this pick been widely praised but they added the 73rd overall selection in their trade with the Detroit Lions.

That's a huge win considering they were thin with mid-round picks after trading for Brandin Cooks and Trey Lance in 2023. Having a third pick in the top 75 could lead to three new starters joining the roster. With that being said, let's check out an updated offensive line depth chart for the Cowboys.

Cowboys offensive line depth chart after Tyler Guyton pick


Tyler Guyton, Left Tackle
Tyler Smith, Left Guard
Brock Hoffman, Center
Zack Martin, Right Guard
Terence Steele, Right Tackle


Tackle: Chuma Edoga, Matt Waletzko, Earl Bostick, Jr.
Guard: T.J. Bass, Asim Richards, Josh Ball
Center: Dakoda Shepley

Cowboys pressing needs for Day 2 of NFL Draft

Dallas will be back on the clock at No. 56 on Friday night and then have the 73rd and 87th selections in Round 3. They need to stay true to their draft board to avoid reaching but there are a few holes that must be addressed. Here are their most pressing needs to be addressed:

  • Running Back
  • Center
  • Linebacker
  • Wide Receiver
  • Defensive Tackle
  • Edge

It would be ideal to fill these holes, as long as the value lines up. A few names to watch include Texas running back Jonathon Brooks, Georgia center Sedrick Van Pran, Florida State wide receiver Keon Coleman, Mississippi State linebacker Edgerrin Cooper, and Michigan defensive tackle Kris Jenkins.

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