The as Cowboys made several intriguing moves in free agency this offseason.
Which moves will pan out for the Cowboys? Who will be a bust in Dallas?
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Here's a troubling question for all Dallas Cowboys fans: Do you honestly want newly signed defensive end Greg Hardy to actually put together a dominant season in 2015? I know what you’re thinking; this guy’s off his rocker! Why in the world would he be asking an asinine question like this? Fair to a degree, [#8230;]
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Ten years ago, the Dallas Cowboys entered the 2005 offseason having just gone 6-10. They were a team without an identity, not really strong in any facet of the game and still struggling to find the true successor to legendary quarterback Troy Aikman. Drafts the previous five years had been sub-par at best, with only a [#8230;]
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Moving on from rco Murray likely wasn't an easy decision for the as Cowboys.
The running back had the best season of his career in 2014. In 16 regular-season games, he touched the ball an incredible 449 times, which was almost 200 more touches than his previous career high. With his greater workload, Murray was able to compile 2,261 total yards and 13 touchdowns.
Murray entered free agency as the league's leading rusher at just 27 years of age. It was no surprise that he was considered the top back on the open market. Although he was forced to wait for it, he eventually signed a year, $42 million contract with the adelphia Eagles.
Although the decision probably wasn't easy, the Cowboys never appeared to waver on their decision to let Murray leave. Their interest always appeared to be muted.
Instead of fighting for Murray, the Cowboys focused on bringing in controversial edge defender Greg Hardy and running back en McFadden. Even though McFadden is a running back, he can't be...
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With the NFL's free agency period now all but settled, we can begin to really narrow down the options each team has going into the draft. And with the 27th overall pick in the first round, the Dallas Cowboys have various areas of need they could address with their first pick. After the signing of [#8230;]
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As the 2015 NFL draft nears, most fans and analysts feel that the biggest hole the Dallas Cowboys have to fill is the running back position. DeMarco Murray#8216;s departure to Philadelphia will leave a void in what was the strength of last year's team. There is clearly one running back who could actually upgrade the [#8230;]
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With the owners' meetings coming to a close, all sights are set on the /a> draft, which means it is mock draft season.
The as Cowboys have a real opportunity to substantially improve their team as they try to put together a squad worthy of winning the Super Bowl.
Oftentimes, teams will try to find instant contributors in the first three rounds before they look for reserves and developmental picks for the future. However, this doesn't mean that you can't find instant contributors in every round.
Will every player the Cowboys pick start? No, but it is conceivable that each player selected could make an impact on offense, defense or special teams.
With that in mind, let's take a look at how the Cowboys could get an instant contributor in each round.n Slideshow
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The Cowboys were an inch away from the NFC Title game last season, and while many still feel they were cheated by the officials in what should have been a good catch by Dez Bryant, that's all in the past as the team gets set for the 2015 NFL Draft. Get the 2015 NFL Betting [#8230;]