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After Philadelphia hosted a record crowd of 250,000 at last year's NFL draft, the Cowboys have high expectations for this year's event in April.
Free agency will add to the list, but Tom Brady and Terrell Suggs are the only players under contract who have been in the league longer than Witten.
Stephen A. Smith backs former Dallas DE Charles Haley who labeled the current Cowboys team as a losers.
With little room under the salary cap, the Cowboys must look for some relief at the players with the largest cap figures, including Dez Bryant.
Mel Kiper, Todd McShay and Chris Sprow discuss the Cowboys' strategy with the 19th overall pick in this year's draft and emphasize the importance of finding another solid receiver.
Stephen A. Smith weighs Dez Bryant's production against the $16 million cap hit the Cowboys would endure if the WR refuses to take a pay cut.
The Dallas Police Department said Tuesday that former Cowboys player Lincoln Coleman has been found safe after he was reported missing Friday.
If the Cowboys switch Byron Jones from safety to corner, they should let the move play out to see what role suits him best.
Dallas police have requested information to help find former Cowboys fullback Lincoln Coleman, who has been missing since Friday afternoon.
The going rate for quarterbacks is at a sky-high level, meaning it behooves the Cowboys and Dak Prescott under his rookie contract to succeed now.
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