2. Tony Pollard, RB: Tennessee Titans
The Dallas Cowboys would obviously hate to lose someone like Tony Pollard in the 2024 offseason, especially because the known alternatives at this point are not great, but Pollard plays a position that many NFL teams right now are just not willing to pay top dollar for.
And it might be time for some new blood in that Cowboys backfield anyway.
As good of a player as Pollard is and has been, he might be best served on a roster like the one in Tennessee, where he would also be able to have a homecoming of sorts. Pollard grew up in Tennessee and played his college ball at Memphis. The Titans are also currently armed with nearly $87 million in cap space and will be looking to spend this offseason.
3. Stephon Gilmore, CB: Los Angeles Chargers
It feels likely at this point that the Cowboys will have to make some sacrifices like this in order to address other positions on the roster. With Trevon Diggs coming back in 2024 and DaRon Bland having such a huge season, I think the Cowboys will be one-and-done for Stephon Gilmore.
And that's okay.
Gilmore is going to be 34 next season, but I think he ends up landing with a team coached by either Dan Quinn or Bill Belichick. That could end up being the Los Angeles Chargers, who have fired head coach Brandon Staley and could be one of the top landing spots for any prospective head coaches this offseason.
If Quinn somehow remains in Dallas another year, I wouldn't be shocked to see the Cowboys find a way to convince him to come back.